Skilled Legal Representation For DUI Drug Charges

Consuming liquor and getting behind the wheel of a car is not the only way drivers can find themselves charged with drunk driving. More formally known as driving under the influence (DUI), prescription medication and illegal narcotics can negatively influence drivers' ability to operate their vehicles safely.

At The Patel Law Firm, I bring a wealth of experience in private and public practice of the law. My insight into the opposition is invaluable and puts me in a unique position to help you. In addition, I operate a smaller law firm that affords me time to get to know my clients and the specific issues they are dealing with.

Your Options Following Charges Of Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs

After a DUI arrest, the primary concern of most clients is the possibility of going to jail. They fear the loss of their freedom, not to mention their career-related futures. Fortunately, there are alternatives to incarceration, such as the treatment court located in Chatham County. I possess a thorough knowledge of the processes and procedures involved as I currently serve as the DUI court's public defender.

An arrest for DUI involving drugs does not mean a conviction is automatic. DUI cases are highly technical, and due to this they require a lawyer who can review the findings of field sobriety tests, breath tests and blood draws. Poor training of law enforcement and reckless handling of samples can result in arrests and charges.

My knowledge of DUI involves not only in-depth knowledge of the steps taken leading up to the arrest, but also steps overlooked that violated the rights of my clients.

Contact Georgia DUI Defense Attorney Sneh Patel

If you have been arrested on suspicion of driving while on drugs, contact me online or call 912-662-5498 to schedule a free initial consultation at my Savannah law firm. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with weekend appointments and jail visits available upon request.

Fluent in Gujarati, Hindi and German.