Was Your Child Charged With Underage DUI?

Few people are aware that DUI laws are different for drivers under the age of 21. While .08 is the legal limit for an adult age 21 or older, the limit for someone under age 21 is .02. A single can of beer or mixed drink can put a young driver over the legal limit.

At Salata & Reese, LLP, in Alpharetta, Georgia, our lawyers defend people of all ages against drunk driving charges in north Fulton County. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case: Call 678-942-6937 to talk to a lawyer.

Keeping Your Child's Record As Clear As Possible

While drivers under the age of 21 are subject to a lower blood alcohol content limit, this does not mean the penalties they face are less than those an older driver would face. If convicted, your child could end up with a permanent criminal record that cannot be expunged. Your child could face consequences at school and later in life.

Today, it's common for employers, landlords, colleges and others to conduct criminal background checks on applicants. If your child has a criminal conviction for drunk driving, he or she could be treated differently as a result.

To keep a one-time mistake from having lifelong consequences, it's important to seek the help of an experienced DUI defense lawyer. We will do everything we can to protect your child's future from the stigma of a drunk driving conviction.

For More Information About Underage DUI

If your child has been charged with drunk driving, our attorneys will provide your with the strongest possible defense. Call 678-942-6937 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.