Posted in Breath Testing on November 25, 2019
Breathalyzer Tests Can Be Wrong: 5 Reasons for False-Positive Results
You’re driving along when you see the blue lights of a police car in your rearview window. If the officer merely suspects you of driving under the influence (DUI), you can bet your bottom dollar you’ll be asked to take a breathalyzer test. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t agree to take it. For (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Lawyer on November 11, 2019
8 Tips for Hiring a DUI Lawyer
So, you’ve been charged – rightly or wrongly – with DUI (driving under the influence). Since Georgia’s DUI penalties are among the strictest in the nation, you need to act quickly to secure legal representation to get your driving privileges back. Your success, though, hinges on hiring the right DUI lawyer who will deliver the (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Law on November 1, 2019
7 Reasons Why You Might Get Pulled Over For DUI
You had a few drinks at the bar and decide to drive home – carefully. Not long after you turn onto the main road you see a police cruiser pull out behind you. Before you know it, you can see the glow of flashing lights in your rearview mirror. Why? You were sure that you (read more)
Posted in GA Dui Law on October 11, 2019
How Long Does Alcohol Stay on Your Breath?
Earlier this year, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that refusing a breathalyzer test can no longer be used against you in court if you’re suspected of driving under the influence. The ruling means police officers and prosecutors will have to rely on other evidence (dashboard video, blood tests, field sobriety tests, etc.) to prosecute cases (read more)
Posted in DUI News on October 8, 2019
I Got a DUI In Texas and My License Was Suspended. Can I Still Drive in Georgia?
Even though Georgia isn’t a signatory to the Driver License Compact (DLC), that doesn’t mean that getting your license suspended in one state won’t have repercussions back home. Georgia still has laws on the books that will address your out-of-state license suspension. In most cases, you’ll also forfeit your driving privileges in the Peach State. (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Law on September 19, 2019
Georgia License Check After DUI
Under Georgia law, your driver’s license could be suspended long before you go to court for a DUI (driving under the influence) charge. It’s called an Administrative Driver’s License Suspension, and if you do not act in time, you could lose your driving privileges for up to 12 months. Keep in mind that Georgia has (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Law on September 9, 2019
What is DUI Nolo Contendere?
If you’re facing a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) in Georgia, your plea options are guilty, not guilty, or nolo contendere – which is Latin for “no contest.” In previous years there were meaningful advantages to pleading nolo contendere in DUI cases. Although the plea is still a good option for minor offenses, (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Law on August 23, 2019
What Can Happen to My Georgia Medical License If I’m Convicted of a DUI?
In May, police arrested a Kennesaw man claiming to be a nurse, charging him with three felony counts as well as a misdemeanor DUI. Two of the felony counts stemmed from the man possessing prescription drugs. The other was for threatening the officers if they came to the hospital where he worked. The man faces (read more)
Posted in Atlanta DUI Law on August 18, 2019
Woman Faces Uncertainty After Being Charged With DUI Child Endangerment
A Marietta mother has discovered how serious Georgia law enforcement takes driving and drinking with minors in the vehicle. After being pulled over for driving on the wrong side of the road, she is now facing a string of charges, and her relationship with her son is now uncertain. According to reports, the deputy forced (read more)
Posted in DUI News on July 23, 2019
Woman Arrested for Second DUI Following Fatal Bike Accident
An Atlanta-area woman has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after a bicyclist was killed in an accident in Sandy Springs. 34-year-old Antoinette Battle will face charges for DUI and vehicular manslaughter for her role in the fatal crash. According to reports, this is not Battle’s first DUI arrest. She was previously arrested in (read more)