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Georgia's new law on Breathalyzers matches constitutional limits

It's more likely that someone will drive to a bar or liquor store than most other ways to get there. This can be a problem if people try to drive back. Georgia's prosecutors and police have generally been hard-nosed about the enforcement of laws against driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The law, however, is changing.

Drunk driving charges reduced against former police officer

Driving in Georgia is generally a safe venture, although some places are more dangerous than others. Several roads near Atlanta and other major urban centers have a higher incidence of car accidents in everyday circumstances. But one circumstance that could appear anywhere is a driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

New laws affect searches of drunk driving suspects in Georgia

Defendants in criminal proceedings are presumed innocent until found guilty through legal means. This principle is the underpinning ethic of United States law as well as state legislation in Atlanta. A new interpretation of this principle is bringing changes to Georgia's laws on driving under the influence of alcohol.

Woman charged with DUI after Atlanta collision with police car

No one gets into a car thinking of anything else other than getting where they are going, and no one starts a car journey thinking it may end in disaster. When people drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol, though, they are asking for that sort of trouble.

DUI arrests in Georgia spike during the holiday week

The winter season is not the best time to be outside. Even in Georgia, often a balmy state with plenty to do outdoors, people often spend more time alone. Drinking and alcoholism can also rise in the winter months, and the holiday season can be a warning against drinking and driving.

Georgia man arrested for DUI after driving into a mobile home

Going out for a night on the town with friends is an important way to blow off steam for many Georgia residents. However, people need to be careful when it's time to go home at the end of the night. One wrong decision could result in serious legal consequences if a motorist gets arrested and accused of driving while intoxicated.

What's the best ways to avoid a DUI arrest?

The best way to avoid a DUI arrest is to refrain from drinking and driving. Numerous people get arrested every day for intoxicated vehicle operation in Georgia who -- had they taken the right steps -- never would have had to face these charges. Unfortunately, just as alcohol dangerously affects our driving abilities, it also affects our decision-making process when it comes to the moment when we decide whether we're going to drive after a night of drinking.

Challenging evidence when falsely accused of drunk driving

A criminal case changes from being a mere "he-said-she-said" debate -- into a circumstance that could lead to a conviction -- when the evidence gathered against the accused person is strong. It's not unheard of, however, for evidence that appears strong on the surface to be inaccurate. For this reason, every defendant has the right to defend him or herself against criminal charges.

What should I know about prescription drug crimes?

Many Georgia residents cavalierly take prescription drugs that they bought from friends or even from dealers on the street. Although many of these prescription drugs for pain, muscle relaxing, sleep ailments and other issues have familiar names, acquiring them without an official prescription from a doctor is unlawful. It could get you in trouble with the law.

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