If you’re up against the threat of serious punishment in your DUI case, you will want to handle your criminal defense with care. At Daniels & Rothman, we know exactly what our clients are up against and we take it all into consideration in their defense.
Firstly, Georgia residents arrested and accused of crimes — no matter what those crimes happen to be — will not only face the threat of criminal punishment. They will also face the threat of social and family ramifications as news spreads among friends, co-workers and family members of the arrest and allegations. Indeed, we have seen many individuals’ careers destroyed prior to the completion of their criminal law proceedings, even though we are all technically “innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Secondly, those accused of crimes will face some very difficult decisions: should you try to plead not guilty and defend yourself against all the allegations, or should you plead guilty to certain charges in an effort to reach a plea bargain and obtain a reduced punishment. It might be a very attractive offer to agree to spend several months in jail through a plea bargain agreement as opposed to facing the risk of spending several years in jail upon conviction.
At Daniels & Rothman, we analyze every legal avenue and every legal strategy available to our clients in order to recommend the most suitable course of action in their criminal defenses. Ultimately, our goal is to help you eliminate and/or reduce the severity of punishments and other consequences related to your DUI charges, no matter what kind of legal circumstance you happen to be in.