Your Expert DUI Lawyer in Warner Robins, GA

If you have been charged with a DUI, this can lead to serious legal consequences. In some cases, your license may be immediately revoked. The implications of a DUI are not to be downplayed. Get legal representation from an attorney that stands up for your rights.

Many drivers who are charged with a DUI are unfamiliar with the rights they hold in such a situation. Our professional team is prepared to help resolve any concerns you may have, offering reliable guidance to help you sort out the charges and obtain an ideal result. When you call us, we will be at your side in the blink of an eye.  Call our Warner Robins, GA office at (478) 923-4152 to speak with our DUI lawyer.

What You Should Expect From Your Attorney

Understanding your attorney's investigation and evaluation procedures can help you feel confident in their ability to represent you in your DUI case.  There are a variety of factors that go into this process which could include:
  • Your Initial Consultation
  • Checklist of Facts & Legal Issues
  • Your Attorney's Evaluation Results
  • Understanding the Prosecution's case
  • Arrest Video Analysis
The legal team at The Walker Firm is fully committed to getting positive results. We express our dedication through our hard work, keen attention to detail and ongoing dialogue with our clients. We are passionate about fighting for your rights and giving you the legal representation you deserve. Give us a call today to discuss matters with a team of attorneys you can rely on.
Police officer with breathalyzer
Police officer with breathalyzer

Frequently Asked Questions About a DUI

Q: What should I do after I am released from jail after a DUI?
A: Be sure to write down the events of your arrests, who was in the car with you, weather conditions, where were you going, etc...

Q: Can I represent myself in my DUI case?
A: Yes, but without being familiar with the legal process, it is not advised.

Q: What can I do to help prepare for my legal defense?
A: Getting a head start on community service and enrolling in a drunk driving program are good things to do before your case is presented.  Keeping all your documents regarding your case all in one place.  Be sure to share all information about your case with your attorney, no matter how irrelevant the information may seem.

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