Mickey G. Roberts, Attorney at Law (aka Mr. Georgia DUI Lawyer)
, has practiced traffic and DUI defense since 1980. Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in Georgia is one of the state’s most common traffic offenses; however, an experienced attorney can make all of the difference in winning your DUI case
. In addition, Mickey Roberts, Esq. provides counsel to those charged with other traffic offenses including: reckless driving, possession of controlled substances/illegal drugs, and vehicular homicide. For a complete list of the specialty case areas that Mickey Roberts defends, visit the traffic issues
portion of his website.
Mr Ga DUI Lawyer is located in Gwinnett County and he helps clients throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area along with cities within Gwinnett, North Fulton, Forsyth, DeKalb, Jackson, Barrow, Clarke and Hall County.
Mickey Roberts also dedicates much of his time to helping teenage drivers
who have received speeding tickets under the age of 21, first time DUI offenders, and those who have received a DUI under the age of 21
. He knows the long-lasting effects charges such as these can have on a young person’s personal and professional prospects. Mickey uses his extensive experience and knowledge of the Atlanta area judicial systems to ensure you or your teen are best represented.
Browse the MrGaDUI website for more information on the defense provided by Mickey Roberts. Read our frequently asked DUI questions page
for answers to your inquiries regarding traffic charges, defense, and repercussions. Contact Mickey Roberts
today to schedule a consultation to discuss representation.
Atlanta Traffic Attorney, Mickey G. Roberts has associated with an experienced DUI and criminal defense attorney in an effort to reach clients beyond metro Atlanta. With his assistance and over 20 years of practice experience, this new associate and MRGADUI are now better able to serve clients in Cobb, Cherokee, Clayton, Henry, Paulding and other suburban and exurban Atlanta counties by representing DUI and traffic offense cases. Stay tuned to the MRGADUI blog
for more information on this recent news.