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DUI Defense Strategies

Powerful Defense from an Atlanta DUI Attorney

If you have been arrested on DUI charges in Atlanta, it’s important to remember that a DUI arrest is NOT a conviction. In order to be convicted of DUI, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you drove under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

This can be challenging for the prosecution, especially when you have an experienced and highly skilled Atlanta DUI lawyer like Matthew T. McNally on your side. Mr. McNally has a great deal of experience with the DUI laws and court systems in Georgia, and can provide you with the effective defense you need to fight your charges during the court process.

Contact our firm today to begin pursuing a strong defense against your DUI charges.

Common Strategies Used in DUI Defense

There are many effective defense tactics available for people facing DUI charges. It’s important to work with a DUI attorney who is familiar with the many different ways to approach a DUI case and defend your rights. Georgia DUI attorney Matthew T. McNally has successfully defended thousands of clients throughout his career and has secured many favorable case results.

Our experienced attorney effectively challenges the following:

  • Probable Cause: in order to arrest you for DUI, the police officer must have probable cause. Our attorney can demand for the prosecution to share with the court the evidence demonstrating the officer had probable cause to arrest you.
  • Test Accuracy: We can also question whether or not the officer administered the field sobriety tests, blood test, or breath tests accurately, as all of these tests are easily prone to errors and inaccuracies. Mr. McNally is highly familiar with how these tests should be conducted, and what types of circumstances could lead to testing errors.
  • Identity of the Driver: Furthermore, the prosecution must also prove that you were indeed the one driving. If there are no witnesses to verify that you were the driver, it will be difficult for the prosecution to prove you are guilty of DUI.

Contact the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally!

It’s important for anyone charged with a DUI to work with an attorney who has a proven track record of success. Our firm has won many DUI defense cases and can provide you with the unrelenting defense you need to take on the prosecution. Mr. McNally knows you have a lot riding on this case, and will do everything possible to build strong defenses that challenge the prosecution’s argument. Mr. McNally is truly committed to protecting your best interest and upholding your rights.

Call (678) 918-4421 to learn more about your legal options.

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