DUI is unlike any crime in the State of Georgia.  DUI is a crime of opinion.  When an officer makes an arrest, it is his opinion that the person arrested was driving under the influence.  The attorneys at Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C. have extensive experience fighting that opinion.


DUI offenses are treated much more harshly than other misdemeanors in this State.  Certain benefits (such as the ability for an arrest to come off of your permanent criminal record) are not afforded in DUI cases.  DUI offenses carry mandatory driver’s license suspension, jail time, and community service.

DUI offenses are also very time-sensitive.  Georgia law requires that an appeal letter must be sent to the Georgia Department of Driver Services within thirty days of the date of your arrest.   Otherwise, you face the suspension of your driver’s license for a period of one year – without any privileges (such as the ability to drive to school or work) during that time.  It is important that you act fast to get an experienced and zealous advocate on your side.  The attorneys at Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C. can and will provide that zealous advocacy.


The attorneys at Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C. are committed to providing an aggressive defense of your DUI case.  We have experience in all phases of DUI defense, including driver’s license suspension hearings and jury trials.  We are well-versed in all phases of DUI law.  We are here ready, willing, and able to provide a zealous defense of the opinion that that the officer had of you on the date in question.

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