Georgia DUI Attorneys

Lucas O. Harsh, Attorney

242 Culver Street Suite 206

Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Phone: (770) 513-4020

Fax: (770) 513-2157

Elyssa M. Korman, Attorney

2500 Northwinds Parkway Suite 260

Alpharetta, GA 30004

Phone: (678) 566-6770

Fax: (678) 566-6771

Paul J. Dzikowski, Attorney

1550 North Brown Road Suite 130

Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Phone: (770) 513-8111

Fax: (770) 513-8150

Leonard M. Grinstead, Attorney

209 East Court Street

Hinesville, GA 31313

Phone: (912) 369-6000

Fax: (912) 876-7327

Samuel J. Siemon, Attorney

4555 Mansell Road Suite 300

Alpharetta, GA 30022

Phone: (770) 521-4316

Fax: (770) 521-4317

Danielle Maria Moss, Attorney

309 Sycamore Street

Decatur, GA 30030

Phone: (404) 373-4562

(404) 378-0717

Melvin S. Nash, Attorney

1201 Peachtree Street # 200

Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone: (770) 422-0878

Fax: (770) 422-7427

Robert L. Crowe P.C

601 I Street

Brunswick, GA 31520

Phone: (912) 265-8989

Fax: (912) 262-0072

Goldstein, David H. Attorney

3500 Lenox Road Suite 1500

Atlanta, GA 30326

Phone: (404) 419-2485

Fax: (404) 419-2486


Finding Reliable DUI Information in Georgia

If you’re doing a lot of Internet searching for information about getting a DUI in the state of Georgia, be sure to look for information on .gov websites. As implied, .gov websites can only be registered by official government entities and are likely the most trustworthy source of information. This website is a .com website – which means we’re not the utmost authority on this information.

The first webpage you should review is Driving Under The Influence (DUI) (First Offense) Drivers Age 21 And Over by the Georgia Department of Driver Services.

You should also be aware of DUI FAQs by the Georgia Department of Driver Services. It lists nineteen commonly asked questions regarding getting a D.U.I. in the state of Georgia, with each question answered in detail.

Georgia Implied Consent Law

As is common with most U.S. states, Georgia has an implied consent law. That is, if you drive inside the state boundaries of Georgia, you automatically give consent to a chemical test if a police officer or state trooper asks you to do so.

Finding a DUI Lawyer in Georgia

A good place to start your search for a lawyer, is to start at the State Bar of Georgia website. Here, you can use their Find a Lawyer service to begin your search. Now keep in mind this page is just a starting point, as it directs you to smaller bar associations within the state of Georgia.

Go to this webpage, and click on the county or city bar that is the most convenient for you (meaning geographically). When you click on a bar association link, you will be shown contact information. Feel free to call the phone number listed or click-through to the bar association website shown (if there is one listed).

Here’s a list of bar associations in Georgia that do offer a lawyer referral service: