Areas of Practice
In Georgia, the law prohibits drivers from operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. The laws surrounding DUI's are complex. As a former prosecutor, Nicole understands what the State is looking for to use in a case against you. She will use her experience in DUI'S to fight for your rights.
Domestic Violence Defense
Assault, Battery, and Simple Battery are a few of the charges for domestic violence. These charges become even more serious if it involves a family member or someone in your household. There are certain steps you need to take to protect your rights.
Drug and Marijuana Defense
In Georgia, laws prohibit the possession, sale, or distribution of controlled substances and marijuana. Drug charges can substantially affect your ability to obtain or keep your job. Depending on where or how the drugs were found, there may be several options you need to consider. Click here to learn more about your options.
The Juvenile Courts of Georgia have jurisdiction over a child until their 17th birthday. A juvenile record can have an everlasting affect on your life. Nicole is a former juvenile prosecutor who understands the way juvenile court works. Let her experience work for you.
If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, through no fault of their own, the injured driver could be entitled to compensation for damages.
If you are placed on probation, then you are subject to special conditions of probation such as payment of a fine, community service, and other strict requirements.
Theft and Shoplifting Defense
Theft and shoplifting charges can substantially affect your life. They can have an everlasting impact - a permanent criminal record that can cost you your job and begin a downward spiral.
Reckless Driving, Speeding, Failure to Maintain Lane, and Failure to Yield are some of the traffic offenses that can significantly impact your driving record. Even a minor traffic citation could affect your license. Contact The Law Office of Nicole L. McArthur today to discuss your case.