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Reasons You Need a Speeding Ticket Attorney

A woman in Statham was recently banned from the city’s council meetings as well as all public property. The incident arose when she was stopped in 2015 for allegedly performing several traffic violations including driving without a license plate and traveling over the speed limit. She was subsequently arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and (read more)

What to do if Pulled Over by the Police

After allegedly trying to pass a bad check, a woman in North Georgia recently led law enforcement on a high-speed chase. The chase occurred after the driver ran a red light and eventually reached more than 70 miles per hour through two school zones, Arnall Middle and White Oak Elementary. Law enforcement eventually performed a (read more)

The Danger of Lying to Police Officers

Law enforcement in Georgia reports that recently after being pulled over on a congested highway, a man placed his 3-month-old daughter on top of a stolen handgun on the vehicle’s floorboard. When the man told law enforcement that there was not anyone inside of the vehicle, law enforcement searched the man’s vehicle and discovered his (read more)

The Most Common Types of DUI Accidents

A man from Rossville, Georgia was recently placed in the Catoosa County jail after he crashed into a mobile home while operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The accident occurred when the driver lost control of his vehicle and veered off the road. Following an arrest, the driver was cited with driving under (read more)

Dealing With DUI Court

A Decatur High School graduate was recently killed after a drunk driver struck her vehicle. The driver was stopped at a stop light when she was struck from behind. As a result of this collision, the driver struck the vehicle located in front of her, which led to a chain reaction with three other vehicles. (read more)

What to do if Pulled Over With Marijuana

A Taliaferro County law enforcement officer recently arrested two individuals during a traffic stop on Interstate 20. The arrest occurred shortly after 300 pounds of marijuana was detected in a secret compartment of a motor home coming from California to Charleston. Both the driver and passenger are now located in Wilkes County Jail with pending (read more)

DUI Pleas

It has become common in Georgia that even people who are charged with serious DUI offenses end up entering into plea agreements with the prosecution in exchange for lesser penalties. If you do enter the plea bargain process, it is helpful to remember some important pieces of advice and to obtain the assistance of an (read more)

What Not to do if Pulled Over for a DUI

A man in Forsyth last month was jailed on charges of driving under the influence as well as aggravated battery after he crashed his vehicle and proceeded to get into a fight with an emergency medical technician. Law enforcement at the scene of the accident reports that the driver was arrested on one count of (read more)

How to Act at DUI Checkpoints

No matter the degree of caution that you apply to drinking and driving, there is a significant possibility that eventually you will end up either charged for driving under the influence or in the middle of a DUI stop. For this reason, it is particularly helpful for drivers in Georgia to understand what to do (read more)

What Evidence Does the Prosecution Use in DUI Cases?

In a memorable news story, a grandmother in Albuquerque, New Mexico recently tried to flirt out of a DUI arrest with a law enforcement officer while the woman’s grandson remained in the vehicle. It did not take long before the woman realized that her flirting would not work and she was arrested by the law (read more)