Cerbone DUI Defense has adopted a strict policy of ensuring the privacy of our clients and of those who choose to visit our website or our office. This policy includes:
- We maintain no record of visitors to our website other than for statistical purposes. Specifically, no cookies or other recording devices are installed and no information of any nature obtained through this website is divulged or sold to third parties.
- All emails and submitted questionnaires are kept in the strictest confidence; they are not sold, divulged or used for any purpose other than for the confidential communications for which they were intended. This protection is legally enforced by Georgia law, specifically the Attorney-Client Privilege. This Privilege extends to any communications made in the course of seeking to retain our firm, whether the firm is eventually retained or not, and legally applies to members of our staff as well as our attorneys.
- All telephone calls and in-person conferences are kept in the strictest confidence, and are legally protected by the Attorney-Client Privilege. This protection includes any communications made in the course of seeking to retain our firm, whether the firm is eventually retained or not. The privilege legally applies to communications with any member of the firm, attorney or staff.
- The firm makes every effort to conduct communications so that third parties will not intercept communications. This includes contacting you through telephone numbers designated by you, leaving messages only with answering machines or services designated by you, and sending mail to addresses designated by you.