Jason Philip Cerbone
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Jason Philip Cerbone

Savannah, Georgia's Passionate DUI Lawyer

Cerbone

300 Drayton ST FL 3
Savannah, GA 31401-4448

Phone: 912-236-0595

Website: savannahduilawyer.com

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About Jason Philip Cerbone

"Trying a DUI case in front of the jury is my favorite thing to do. I have to be in the courtroom to be happy whether I get paid for it or not. And, I want to do it better than anybody has ever done it. It is an enormous challenge and it is harder than anything else that I have ever done — so I do it. And it makes me happy when I do it well." I'm an experienced Georgia DUI lawyer practicing DUI defense exclusively, Cerbone DUI Defense serves clients in Savannah, Chatham County, Bryan, Effingham, Liberty, Glynn, and Bulloch Counties. Supported by help of former DUI law enforcement (former DUI police officers) and former police breath alcohol test experts and field sobriety experts, the Savannah DUI lawyer, Jason Cerbone focuses entirely on DUI defense and criminal DUI related license suspensions. No cases but misdemeanor or felony DUI defense (driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana or drugs) are accepted.


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