RECENT DUI ARREST?
You only have 10 days to request an administrative license suspension hearing. If you don't, your license may be suspended for one year.
ARE YOU THE VICTIM OF A DUI DRIVER?
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309 Pirkle Ferry Road, Suite B-400, Cumming, Georgia 30040
DUI Criminal Defense Lawyers
McFarland & McFarland are experienced DUI attorneys. In fact, we handle more DUI cases than any other kind of criminal case.
Don’t trust your DUI defense to a general practice lawyer. The penalties for DUI are ever-changing, and you need attorneys who are up to date on DUI law and have a track record of success in defending these cases, to work for you.
Call us immediately at 770-889-2522 if you’ve been arrested for DUI. You have just 10 days to request an administrative license suspension (ALS) hearing. If you miss this deadline, you face a minimum one-year license suspension with no work permit!
Parker has received extensive training in the field of DUI and has completed the following courses through NHTSA/IACP, which are identical to the training given to police officers:
- Parker was in the 1st ever attorney class to receive training on the new Intoxilyzer 9000, Georgia’s future breath test machine starting in 2013-2014.
- Standardized Field Sobriety Testing in 2004
- Drugs that Impair Driving in 2008
- Drug Recognition Expert Overview Course in 2010
- Standardized Field Sobriety Instructor Course in 2010
Twice annually Parker co-instructs the Standardized Field Sobriety practitioner course to other DUI defense attorneys across America, including a two-hour segment on cross-examining the arresting officer.
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Recent DUI Case
Client (R.J.) was charged with a second DUI offense within 5 years and open container in Forsyth County State Court. Attorney Parker McFarland filed a motion to suppress the HGN eye test results. The prosecutor agreed that the HGN test was performed improperly and consented to the suppression of the HGN test.
At the jury trial, the officer testified that Client had an odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, that he found a case of beer in Client’s vehicle with seven missing beers, and that Client admitted that he “just killed a beer.” The jury found Client “not guilty” of DUI.
Read more about this and other DUI defense cases.