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What to Do When You Are Arrested for a DUI

No matter who you are or how clean your driving record may be, seeing the red and blue lights in your rear view mirror can be upsetting. When you are pulled over and the police officer tells you that ...
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Jones v. State: Use of Prior DUI Convictions to Show Intent or Knowledge of the Defendant in a New DUI Case Held Inadmissible

The Georgia Court of Appeals restricts the State from using a person's past DUI convictions to argue for a conviction on a new DUI case. It's hard to believe, but Georgia has a long history of ...
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Limited Driving Permits

As a penalty for drinking and driving, many people lose their ability to drive through a license suspension or a revocation. They may no longer be able to drive to their job, to their friend's ...
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Defense for DUI Charges

It's a large misconception that DUI charges are not worth fighting. There are actually many valid defenses against charges and numerous reasons why the allegations can be inaccurate. When you find ...
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DUI Dismissed! But why is my mugshot still online?

11Alive News Report - Online Mugshots: Public Information or Extortion? You are arrested for DUI, you have not gone before a Judge or even consulted with a lawyer; but, you're mugshot is all over ...
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DUI from Ambien: FDA cuts dosage in half after following drug maker's guidelines leads to impaired driving

FDA Cuts Ambien Dosage for Women in Half The FDA has cut the recommended Ambien dosage in half for women finding that their bodies process the drug more slowly. DUI is not a specific intent crime, ...
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DUI Roadblocks in Georgia

Arrests for DUI made in the course of a law enforcement road block create many legal issues that are usually not present in a DUI case made, for example, after an officer has pulled someone over for ...
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Validity of DUI Field Sobriety Tests

You're pulled over for a missing tag light on your way home from dinner where you've had a glass or two of wine and the officer wants you to do some tests to make sure you are safe to drive. You ...
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DUI Field Sobriety Tests Are Voluntary...

Someone's pulled over for having a tag light out, or for speeding, and the officer notices what he or she believes to be alcohol on the driver's breath. He starts a DUI investigation and says, ...
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DUI Arrests and Georgia's Intoxilyzer 5000 Breath Test Machine

"He blew over the legal limit, he was DUI...case closed." Seems pretty easy, right? Why would someone even fight over a DUI where the person clearly blew over the State limit of 0.08? The truth is ...
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Welcome to our Georgia DUI Blog

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Georgia DUI Blog.
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