If your daughter or son is starting college this fall, they may encounter new situations you hoped wouldn't be part of their college experience. One of those is getting pulled over by police for suspected drunk driving.
If you were pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving and the Breathalyzer test you took on the side of the road indicated that you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of at least .08 percent, you may think there's no way you can fight that. However, Georgia DUI attorneys dispute Breathalyzer results regularly.
All Georgia motorists agree to abide by the state's implied consent law when they first receive their driver's license. This entitles any law enforcement officer that suspects that you're operating a vehicle while intoxicated to conduct necessary chemical testing to find out for sure if you are.
Even a first DUI can have serious legal consequences -- particularly if other drivers or passengers are injured as a result. However, for undocumented immigrants, one DUI could potentially lead to deportation under the Trump administration.
Frito-Lay is partnering with Uber and Mothers Against Drunk Driving to keep intoxicated drivers off the road this upcoming Super Bowl Sunday. The snack giant has created a special limited addition Tostitos "Party Safe" bag to encourage people to get home safely.
One of the most frightening experiences a parent can face is learning that their child was arrested. Even kids who have never been in trouble with the law sometimes make poor decisions when they go away to college and don't have mom and dad keeping tabs on them.
One sure way to draw the attention of police is to zone out in an intersection in your vehicle while checking your phone. If it's in the middle of the night and your headlights are off, you're even more of a sitting duck.
Some people who get charged with driving while intoxicated are surprised that their blood alcohol levels are over the limit because they claim not to have felt the effects of impairment. Is it possible to be considered legally drunk yet still appear to be sober?
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has a strong message for drivers over the holidays — "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over." Recognizing that this period is fraught with additional risk of accidents and injuries (or even deaths), police throughout the state are out in force over this extended holiday weekend as part of a national safety campaign.
If your night out on the town culminated in an arrest for driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs, you may soon be introduced to the Athens-Clarke County DUI/Drug Court.