George C. Creal, Jr. P.C.

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George C. Creal, Jr. P.C.

Georgia legislators have spoken loudly—driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be tolerated. Georgia law is clear, and Georgia law enforcement officers are always on the lookout for motorists who may be driving under the influence. Many times a routine traffic stop for a nonfunctioning taillight can quickly transition into a DUI stop if the officer feels you may have been drinking or using drugs.

In the state of Georgia, there are essentially two ways in which a driver may be in violation of DUI laws. The first—a standard DUI—is when an officer of the law has determined that you are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or both. The second is a DUI ‘Per Se,’ which is when you fail a blood or breath test, showing a 0.08% BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) or higher.

Sometimes people ‘think’ they can ‘handle their liquor,’ maybe because they believe they have a high tolerance, or a weight that makes it more difficult for their bodies to feel the effects of alcohol, but these people might be surprised to find that the state of Georgia can issue you a DUI even if your BAC level is less than 0.08%. That’s right. A Georgia law enforcement officer can issue you a DUI solely based on a poor field sobriety test and/or the dangerous driving you exhibited, driving that might have been the reason the officer pulled you over in the first place. And if you fail the chemical test (blood or breath) and show a 0.08% BAC or higher, well, that’s just icing on the cake for law enforcement, and you may find yourself spending the night in jail hoping to make bail.

DUIs are serious offenses in the state of Georgia, so if you’ve been arrested and charged with a DUI you’ll need a DUI attorney in Rabun County/Clayton who has the experience and savvy to defend you. A DUI can destroy your life; not only are you potentially looking at jail time for a conviction, you may find it difficult to get work after your conviction. Even if you were to serve time and pay your debt to society, the private sector is not always forgiving. Every state has laws in place to protect the rights of past offenders who’ve paid their debt, but do you really want to be subject to that? Do you want to risk discrimination, public scrutiny, damage to your reputation and your family, and possible financial trouble as a result of a DUI conviction?

When you’re charged with a DUI, the first thing you should do is contact your DUI attorney in Rabun County/Clayton. The prosecution will be working to convict you from the moment you enter their world, so you need a solid, savvy, experienced DUI attorney to fight for you. If you live in Clayton, or the general Rabun County area, you won’t find another DUI attorney who will provide the kind of one-on-one service that George C. Creal, Esq. provides. Attorney Creal can negotiate on your behalf with the prosecution and may be able to get your charges reduced, decrease the penalties, or possibly even get your case dismissed. There are no guarantees, of course, as every case is different, but your chances of avoiding a conviction are significantly greater if you work with a skilled DUI attorney who has been down this road hundreds of times before with other clients. Choose wisely, and get the best DUI attorney you can find.

When you work with the law firm of George C. Creal, Jr. P.C., you’ll get the best defense available. Attorney Creal understands the law backwards and forwards. He is extremely well connected in the court system, and over his 26-year career practicing law in Georgia, Attorney Creal has learned every play in the prosecution playbook, and he knows how to defend against each and every one. Don’t risk your freedom, your finances, or your future, turn to the best when you’re in need; contact George C. Creal, Jr. P.C. today and get your life back on track. In Rabun County/Clayton, people know they can count on Attorney Creal to provide an absolutely outstanding defense as their DUI attorney. Call today and let us fight for your rights.

DUI Attorney in Henry County, GA | George C. Creal, Jr. P.C.

If you’re facing a DUI conviction you may be feeling a lot of anxiety, and that is understandable. Nobody wants to go to jail, and the idea of sharing a cell with Johnny “Knuckles” just might be keeping you from sleeping well while you await trial. But the fact is, when you have a savvy DUI attorney in Henry County, GA on your side, your chances of ever seeing “Knuckles” in county will be significantly decreased.

Fact: George C. Creal, Esq. has nearly three decades of rock solid experience as a practicing attorney. Attorney Creal is connected in the courts and has great relationships with many judges and prosecutors, which you will benefit from when you bring him on board to defend you. Attorney Creal is always current on each and every amendment to existing law, and he monitors potential changes that could be coming down the line in the future. The law is ever-evolving; it shifts and changes, and is updated often as lawmakers come and go.

Therefore, you need an attorney who works to stay current on the law, and Attorney Creal does. You might say he is a bit obsessed with knowing the law, which is what you want in an attorney who has your future, and freedom in his or her hands. You don’t want a green attorney to represent you in your DUI case when you have so much at stake. Attorney Creal knows the law and he also knows the tricks that prosecutors use to get convictions, because he’s seen them all, over his successful 26-year career as a trial attorney.

When you work with Attorney Creal and his team at George C. Creal, Jr. P.C., you work with the best. The moment an officer charges you with a DUI, he or she has initiated the process that could take away your freedom, ruin your reputation, and bring immense emotional and financial stress to you, and your family. The clock is ticking. The race is on. And you need to contact the best DUI attorney in Henry County, GA that you can find.

At George C. Creal, Jr. P.C., our reputation speaks volumes, and we have many satisfied clients who have provided testimonials of their great experiences working with our firm. But whether you work with us, or another attorney firm, the clock is absolutely ticking. Soon after you enter the justice system you will be assigned a court date, and your DUI attorney in Henry County, GA needs to be working on your case right away, building your defense, to challenge the prosecution every step of the way.

As your DUI attorney in Henry County, GA, we will investigate, and look for cracks and holes in the prosecution’s case against you. Many times we can negotiate with the prosecution to get your case dismissed if we find a violation of police procedure or a violation of your rights.

We will always be looking for a way to get your case thrown out entirely, but if we have to go to court we will be prepared and ready to fight for you, to meet the prosecution on every point, and either defeat them head on, or create enough doubt that a judge (in a bench trial) or a jury (in a jury trial), will question your guilt or empathize with your situation such that we can get a favorable outcome.

Whether you live in McDonough or another area in Henry County, GA, you owe it to yourself to get the best DUI defense attorney available. George C. Creal, Jr. P.C will provide you with the best defense and will work tirelessly to achieve a favorable outcome in your DUI case. Contact us today and let us get to work defending you.

George C. Creal

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