George A. Stein

George A. Stein

3715 Northside Pkwy.
Suite 3-650
Atlanta, GA 30327

Phone: 404-881-6500

Website: georgestein.com

Fellow Founding Member Faculty

About George A. Stein

DEAN OF THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE- 2011 – 2012 Curriculum Committee, Public Defender Education Committee George Stein is the author of a book entitled, Georgia DUI Law Lexis Law Publishing. His practice is dedicated to contested DUI and vehicular homicide cases. He is a member of the Drinking Driving Defense Network and a Founding Member and Regent of the National College for DUI Defense, Inc. Mr. Stein has the experience of over 100 DUI jury trials with an exceptional success rate. He is well known for his successful defense of attorneys and professional athletes, who were arrested and charged with DUI. Mr. Stein is a frequent lecturer on DUI defense for lawyers attending continuing education seminars. His Georgia nickname is “The DUI Lawyer.” He hosts a weekly radio talk show called “The Legal Edge”.


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