Facing A Ticket Or Criminal Charges? Are You From Out-Of-State? We Can Help.
The authorities patrolling Interstate 95 and the other roadways around Darien, Georgia, frequently stop drivers for speeding, reckless driving and driving under the influence. These and other citations and criminal charges can have serious consequences that can compromise your driving privileges, your job and in some cases, your freedom.
Are The Cops On The Lookout For Out-Of-State Drivers?
When it comes to traffic violations and other criminal matters, many people assume that the local authorities intentionally stop or arrest out-of-state drivers more often than locals. Although we can’t comment on whether this assertion is true, we can say that if you are from outside the state and face charges in McIntosh or one of the surrounding counties, it helps to work with a local lawyer.
At Ashley Miles, P.C., we are a Darien practice committed to helping Georgia residents as well as visitors from outside the state protect their rights. Our founder, Ashley Miles, is a Darien native. She knows the local roadways, the authorities and their methods for patrolling the area, as well as the courts.
Some of the most common types of cases she helps people resolve include:
- Drunk driving (DUI)
- Driver’s license suspension
- Traffic violations
- Drug crimes, including marijuana possession
- Assault and battery
- Domestic assault
- Criminal trespassing
Although you may know a lawyer in your home state, chances are that he or she is not familiar with Georgia’s laws. Whether you were passing through the area and were pulled over or were visiting the region and face criminal charges, we can offer advice and provide representation tailored to the specific circumstances of your case.
Attorney Miles can help you understand the criminal as well as any civil implications of your case while fighting for your best interests. With a local presence representing your interests, you can avoid unnecessary trips back to Georgia which will make it easier on you in terms of taking time off of work. In short, it’s our goal to mitigate stress while reaching a timely and favorable resolution to your case.