Hire a DUI lawyer who knows Fairfax County
Fairfax County is a very unique jurisdiction. Fairfax County is three times larger than any other jurisdiction in Virginia.
Having a DUI lawyer who knows the Fairfax County judges and prosecutors is very important to getting effective representation. Fairfax has 10 General District Court judges, 8 JDR judges and 13 Circuit Court judges. Fairfax also has over 15 prosecutors. Getting to know each of these judges and prosecutors well is only possible if a DUI lawyer defends a lot of DUIs in Fairfax.
If you need a Fairfax County DUI Lawyer, Call Nichols & Green pllc
At Nichols & Green we defend a lot of DUI cases in Fairfax County. Our offices are across the street from the judicial complex and we are in Fairfax courts almost every single day. Each year we represent hundreds of criminal cases in Fairfax County. And we are constantly interacting with the prosecutors and judges who will be hearing you case.
At Nichols & Green take DUIs very seriously. Attorney Luke Nichols has spent his entire career studying and representing drivers accused of DUI. Mr. Nichols wrote The Virginia DUI Handbook (2nd edition) and is constantly researching and writing about DUI legal issues. Mr. Nichols has also completed the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test law enforcement course and the instructor’s course as well.
Attorney Garrett D. Green has over 25 years of experience practicing law in Fairfax County. Mr. Green is in Fairfax County almost every single day representing drivers accused of DUI and other traffic offenses.
Call Nichols & Green for a Free Consultation with a Fairfax County DUI Lawyer
If you have been arrested for DUI in Fairfax County and would like to talk to a Fairfax DUI lawyer call us today for a free consultation over the phone or in person.
During your free consultation we will ask you a lot of questions and spend time listening in order to understand the facts of your case. After getting the facts, your DUI lawyer will explain to you the judicial process and we give you their opinion regarding the likely outcome of your case.
As part of the free consultation we will also tell you our flat fee for defending your case and give explain what things you can do to prepare for your trial.
We do not charge extra to appeal you DUI case to the Fairfax Circuit Court
If you are convicted in the Fairfax County General District Court you have an absolute right to appeal your DUI case to the Fairfax Circuit Court. The moment you appeal a conviction for DUI (or any other offense) you are innocent again and the punishments of the general district court are void. The Circuit court judge will hold a new trial and the case will be started all over again in Circuit Court.
At Nichols & Green pllc we do not charge anything extra to appeal your DUI to the circuit court. Once you hire our DUI lawyers there is no extra charge for motions, continuances or an appeal to the circuit court.