Your first court date in Oconee County will most likely be your arraignment date. Our Oconee County DUI Attorneys understand that taking time off of work or finding childcare can be difficult, and so we will most likely attend this court date on your behalf. Once we have collected the evidence in your case (such as police reports and videos, accident reports, 911 dispatch records, etc.) we do a full investigation, analyzing every facet of the case to find all possible defenses to your Oconee County DUI charge. Our Oconee County DUI Lawyers make every effort to ensure that you understand all of your options so that you can make an informed decision about how to move forward with your case.