Willingham Law Firm, P.C. is ready to handle your civil matter - whether you have been injured, have a business dispute, or need to seek or defend from a temporary or permanent restraining order. Mr. Willingham is an aggressive civil litigator, advocating for your interests until no stone is left unturned. Mr. Willingham is licensed in all courts in Georgia, including the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.
We have all had bad days or nights, but this was likely one of the worst experiences of your life; you spent the night in jail, your driver’s license is now gone and you’re not quite sure what’s going to happen next.
David R. Willingham is a Cobb County DUI trial lawyer and can help you navigate that “next.” His track record speaks for itself. As a former Cobb County Assistant District Attorney, he has literally handled thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases, including serious injury by vehicle DUI and vehicular homicide DUI cases. Prior to his service as a prosecutor, he developed a winning reputation as a DUI defense lawyer, going on a streak of “not guilty” DUI verdicts that the Cobb County bar had not seen in a very long time.
Mr. Willingham's method is simple: work hard, prepare every case for trial and good things will happen. Prosecutors know Mr. Willingham and know the work ethic he brings to every case. He knows and applies the law. He knows the methods and techniques police use to build their DUI case against you. Mr. Willingham is NHTSA trained in conducting field sobriety evaluations and knows exactly when a police officer has administered those tests in error. Davis is also trained on the Intoxilyzer machine used to register your BAC.
Remember, if the arresting officer took your driver’s license, time is of the essence. You have 10 business days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing with the Georgia Department of Driver Services.