COVID-19 Has Changed Everything Including DUIs Covid-19 and DUI present some new challenges in the legal system. Although we do not have official numbers, DUI arrests seem to be down since March. If you are arrested, here are some of the changes you can expect because of the global pandemic: You will still be brought […]
What happens after a DUI arrest in the state of Georgia? While details always vary based on each individual case, here is the basic outline of what you can expect: Filing the 30-Day Letter: If you were arrested for a DUI, your license may be suspended. If so, you have 30 days to apply for […]
The 2nd, 3rd and 4th DUI Consequences in GA Get Serious In Georgia the consequences can change after your first DUI Offense. While every situation is different in most cases we have gathered what can be expected. First, it should be noted what constitutes a Georgia DUI offense. It’s the Blood Alcohol Content level that […]
Be Aware of Holiday DUI Statistics The days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day are the busiest and most dangerous times on the road. Holiday shoppers, travelers and revelers fill the streets, and so does police presence. So, even though this is a celebratory time of year, it is also a time when you are […]
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Here are five rights you have when stopped for a DUI in the State of Georgia. 1. Right to remain silent.If you don’t want to answer any questions asked by the officer, you can politely exercise your right to remain silent and only speak in the presence of counsel.