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Motor Vehicle Act

In Georgia, criminal Motor Vehicle Act can be charged as misdemeanors, which carry a penalty of up to two and one-half years in the house of corrections, or as felonies, which can carry much longer sentences.

In addition to jail time, vehicular offenses may result in suspension of your Georgia driver’s license and substantially higher insurance premiums. Depending on the type of crime with which you are charged, you may not be able to apply for certain kinds of employment or you may lose your current job if it involves the use of a company car. If you have been charged with a vehicular crime, you should seek legal representation as soon as possible. A skillful criminal defense lawyer may be able to persuade prosecutors to charge you with a less serious traffic offense, or not to charge you at all.

Before talking to police or investigators, contact Al Forgone and his associates today. We will evaluate your case and discuss how he can help you fight the charges against you.

Charges Involving Motor Vehicle Act

Georgia vehicular crimes defense attorney Al Forgone and his colleagues represent clients in Georgia and throughout Georgia charged with all types of vehicular crimes, including:

  • Negligent operation of a motor vehicle
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving under the influence (DUI/OUI)
  • Operating to endanger
  • Vehicular assault
  • Vehicular homicide/manslaughter
  • Driving after suspension or revocation of the license
  • Motor vehicle theft or larceny of a motor vehicle
  • Receiving stolen motor vehicle act
  • Uninsured motor vehicle

Addressing the Impact of a Motor Vehicle Act

In addition to the criminal aspect of a vehicular crimes case, clients may also face license suspension issues with the Georgia Registry of Motor Vehicles Act. The Best Criminal Defense Lawyers attorneys have represented clients in criminal cases to protect their freedom and in civil cases to protect their driver’s licenses. We have been successful in both arenas and would be happy to provide a free phone consultation to discuss your case with you.


Motor Vehicle Act

Call The Law Office of Al Forgone today at 706 546 0999 OR Contact Us Online to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We can help Washington residents who need a drug crime attorney or representation in fighting charges of theft, violent crimes, sex offenses, white-collar crimes, and other offenses.

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