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Public servant accused of DUI with 9 bottles of moonshine in car

The deputy commissioner for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources was recently arrested and accused of driving under the influence following a crash. Police arrested and charged the public servant on a recent Sunday. Police further allege that they found nine bottles of moonshine in the individual's vehicle when they arrested him.

Is it possible to get a DUI after taking your legal medication?

Prescription drugs can intoxicate you just as strongly – and in many cases worse – than alcohol. This means that you need to be careful whenever you take a prescription drug and get behind the wheel. Always check the label of your drugs carefully, and look for warnings that you shouldn't drive, or shouldn't operate heavy machinery while taking the drug.

How can vehicle drivers prevent semitruck crashes?

There is nothing more dangerous than getting into a crash with a semitruck. Vehicle drivers often suffer catastrophic injuries and death as a result of colliding with these gigantic, slow-moving and heavy vehicles. As such, it's important for drivers to do everything they can to stay safe when sharing the road with an 18-wheeler.

Were you accused of cocaine-related crimes?

The trafficking, possession and sale of cocaine is a crime in Georgia and the rest of the United States. Cocaine is perceived as one of the most illicit and dangerous drugs on the market, and punishment associated with cocaine-related crimes are more severe than other drugs. In the state of Georgia, the laws that govern cocaine possession, production and distribution are particularly strict.

Is your child facing charges for underage possession of alcohol?

As a parent who recently sent your child off to the University of Georgia, you may have felt a sense of pride and apprehension when your son's or daughter's first day of classes began. Though you certainly wanted him or her to experience all that college life has to offer, you likely also wanted your child to focus on schoolwork and stay out of trouble. Of course, young people have a tendency to make mistakes, and your child's mistake may have led to your receiving a phone call from police.

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