A conviction (and sometimes merely a charge) for driving under the influence (DUI) comes with a wide range of consequences—monetarily, socially, professionally, and personally. DUI convictions will appear on your driving record for years to come, and your criminal history for the rest of your life. Worse, a convicted driver might be terminated from employment and find some jobs to be off-limits entirely. It could even prevent you from entering foreign countries. This is why, if you have been charged with DUI, you need a Georgia DUI Attorney who has completed the same training as the officers who arrested you, who is as skilled in court as the attorney who is prosecuting you, and who has the compassion to walk you through the whole process. If fighting a DUI case and doing everything possible to clear your name is important to you, hire an experienced Georgia DUI attorney who specializes in these matters, and who has the requisite training to competently defend DUI cases. Click the links to the right to learn more about the different kinds of DUI cases, and the possible penalties for each type.