Hall County State Court Courthouse in GeorgiaAugust 4, 2012
Our Hall County DUI and Speeding Ticket Lawyer is located less than one mile from the Hall County Courthouse.
Hall County State Court is the Court that handles misdemeanor violations (DUI, speeding tickets, marijuana, etc.) that occur in Hall County, Georgia. Hall County State Court is located on the first floor of the Hall County Courthouse in Gainesville, Georgia.
Just off I-985, Hall County, Georgia is consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing and most desirable communities in the United States. We know this to be true, because we live and work here.
Along with the many recreational, boating, shopping, eating and drinking opportunities, there are also some citations from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office and the Georgia State Patrol.
Hall County State Court handles Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Boating Under the Influence (BUI), Speeding Tickets, Traffic Tickets, Simple Battery/ Battery, Shoplifting and many other criminal misdemeanor matters. Hall County State Court is run by three full-time judges and a full-time elected prosecutor with full-time assistant prosecutors and full-time staff.
Mr. Breakfield lives in Hall County, so we know where to find the courthouse and we know who to talk to when we get there. Hiring an Atlanta Lawyer may be fine for some, but our clients like our local knowledge and experience. If you would like a local lawyer to help you with your ticket in Hall County State Court, please review our practice areas below and please Contact Us.
DUI: Driving Under the Influence: Hall County has many quality eating and drinking establishments, as well as its location near I-985 and Lake Lanier, make for a fair amount of Driving Under the Influence arrests by local law enforcement. Georgia’s DUI Laws are tough and have long-term ramifications. John is a Hall County DUI Lawyer that can challenge the stopping of the car, the police procedures used and the BAC results. Having a lawyer helps clarify the issues that can be fought over and potentially won.
Marijuana Possession: Marijuana is still a serious matter in Hall County, Georgia. A conviction can result in a license suspension, fines, probation and potential jail time. A lawyer can help review the case and either seek alternative sentencing that can save a license or challenge the case in court by attacking the vehicle stop, the procedures used by police, and the testing done.
Traffic Tickets/ Speeding Tickets: A speeding ticket or other traffic citation can cost large amounts of money, and the additional effects on insurance and driver’s license points can make the matter even worse. Sometimes a lawyer can get the fines and/ or the charges lowered just by letting the State Court prosecutor know that the ticket may become a contested trial or legal hearing.
With the Hall County Georgia criminal defense lawyers at Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys, you can rest assured that your Speeding Ticket, DUI, or Shoplifting case is in the right hands.
For more information on Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys’ Georgia criminal defense services, please contact our office today.
Our Georgia Criminal Defense Attorneys welcome any questions about Hall County State Court matters, Criminal Defense, and Georgia DUI laws. Please Call or Email us with any questions, your initial consultation is free and confidential and we look forward to talking to you about how we can help you with your situation.
About the authors: John Breakfield is a North Georgia Lawyer with Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys in Hall County, Georgia and handle various DUI / DWI, Marijuana Arrests and other Georgia Criminal Defense matters. The law office of Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys can assist clients throughout Georgia including: Hall County (Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch), Jackson County (Jefferson, Braselton) White County (Helen, Cleveland), Lumpkin County (Dahlonega), Dawson County (Dawsonville), Habersham County (Demorest, Cornelia), and all of Northeast Georgia.
This article should not be considered nor relied upon as legal advice since it is only intended for general overview and informational purposes. Please consult with an attorney on your specific situation in order to determine an appropriate legal course of action.
Author: John Breakfield