Traffic Violations & DUI

Brunswick Traffic Violations Lawyer

A speeding ticket or other traffic violation can be more than an inconvenience. It can lead to a hefty fine, the loss of your driver's license, and even a jail sentence.

Protect Your Driving Record

Keep your license and your driving privileges, with no new points on your driving record.

Rather than merely pleading guilty to traffic offenses and passively accepting traffic ticket penalties, drivers in Georgia can call upon an experienced traffic violations attorney to represent them. We welcome inquiries from Georgians as well as out-of-state drivers. We represent clients from North Carolina, Florida and up and down the eastern seaboard.

At James R. Coppage, Attorney at Law, we represent individuals cited with speeding, driving while on a suspended license and Driving Under the Influence (DUI). If you are an out of state motorist cited in Georgia, attorney James R. Coppage can represent you in court without you having to come back.

If you hold a Commercial Driver's License (CDL), even one ticket could affect your employment. We represent truck drivers across the state and from out of state cited for overweight, over-linked and for log book violations.

If you or a member of your family has been charged with a DUI, please Contact James R. Coppage, Attorney at Law. We can be reached by phone at 912-289-4351 or toll free at 866-718-6317.

Georgia DUI Defense Attorney

Contrary to what many people think, a DUI involving drugs or alcohol can be fought on many grounds, such as the following:

  • Did the police have reasonable cause to stop you in traffic?
  • Did the police have cause to search your car?
  • Were the field sobriety tests performed properly?
  • Did the police tell you your rights before administering a breath test?

Attorney James R. Coppage believes there are no straightforward DUI cases. Depending on the unique circumstances of the event, each aspect of the stop and arrest can be successfully challenged by an experienced DUI attorney. Attorney Coppage is highly proficient in constitutional law. If a constitutional violation exists, your charges may be dismissed or reduced.

Within 10 Days of Arrest? Act Now to Keep Your Driving Privileges

If you were given an administrative license suspension form at the time of your DUI arrest, you have only 10 calendar days to file an appeal. Act now.

We represent individuals at a separate administrative hearing dealing with the loss of a driver's license. If you refused to give a Breathalyzer test or blew higher than .08, your license may be automatically suspended. You have 10 days to appeal your driver's license suspension. This suspension is separate and distinct from the criminal DUI issue. We can help you fight to restore your driver's license.

Contact Us Today

We understand that any legal situation is going to be intimidating and bring added stress to your life. As a result, we are determined to be there for you when you need us most. To schedule an initial consultation with our Brunswick law firm, call 912-289-4351, toll free at 866-718-6317 or contact us online.