Georgia Breathalyzer DUI Defense Laywers

By the end of 2015, the Intoxilyzer 5000 will be replaced by the new and “improved” Intoxilyzer 9000. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has conducted tests on both the Intoxilyzer 9000 and its predecessor and has concluded that the machines are accurate at determining an individual’s blood alcohol content. However, these tests assume ideal testing…

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Filed Under: Georgia DUI Consent Laws | Georgia Supreme Court Ruling on DUI Law Implied Consent v. Actual Consent and the case of Williams v. State, S14A1625 (March 27, 2015) In Williams v. State, S14A1625 (March 27, 2015), the Georgia Supreme Court,  articulated for the first time a clear distinction between a DUI suspect’s “consent”…

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Filed under Georgia DUI Laws The Georgia Supreme Court has recently come down with two very important decisions in regards to similar transactions and the Prosecution’s ability to use those cases against Defendants at trial. Those cases are State v. Frost, S14G1767, and In State v. Frost, S14G1767 (June 15, 2015), the trial court permitted…

Defending a Georgia DUI

Georgian’s often think a DUI arrest might be someone who is physically incapacitated to the point of stumbling or falling down while performing a field sobriety test due to alcohol use. However, in the state of Georgia you can be arrested for a DUI offense if you are under the influence of drugs, prescription drugs and even…

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In 2009 Fox Five did a story on the cost of an Atlanta DUI. Each year in the great state of Georgia, about 200,000 people are arrested for DUI. In the 5 county Metro Atlanta area, there are more than 20,000 arrests every year. Their conclusion was that a DUI will cost on average about $10,000.00. That means…

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