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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.

Fiction and fact about Breathalyzer tests

Almost everyone, including criminal court judges, agrees that Breathalyzer test results are not always accurate. For this reason, a failed Breathalyzer test alone will not always result in a drunk driving conviction in Georgia. Nevertheless, Breathalyzer test evidence could serve as a pivotal piece of information against the defendant. Therefore, it's important to understand a few misconceptions that pertain to these devices.

3 ways to defend against a drunk driving charge

It doesn't matter what circumstances surrounded your drunk driving arrest and charges. You will have the legal right to defend yourself during your legal proceedings. The facts pertaining to your arrest and charges, however, will dictate the type of criminal defense strategy you choose to move forward with.

A DUI could ruin your college career and future options

Getting a DUI is a surefire way to threaten your future. For one thing, a DUI has immediate effects in terms of your ability to drive and could result in jail time for a day or two while you're held by police. The police report DUIs to colleges most of the time, which means you could lose your scholarship funding or campus housing, especially if a DUI is a specific cause for losing your right to student housing. In some situations, you could face expulsion.

Protect yourself if you get a DUI in the military

On the whole, a military DUI is much more serious than a civilian DUI. Since it occurs during military service, you could face a court martial thanks to Article 15. You could be affected off and on base, making a military DUI particularly damaging to your reputation and career.

District attorney's office employee arrested and charged with DUI

An employee of the District Attorney's office in Chatham County was arrested and charged with failure to yield and driving under the influence on March 2 at approximately 2:30 a.m. Police stopped the man and performed field sobriety tests on him, coming to the conclusion that he was driving under the influence. Police further claim that the man tried to convince them that he was a district attorney in order to gain leniency, when in fact, he was not a district attorney.

2 soldiers from Fort Stewart arrested after driving into house

Two young soldiers stationed at Ft. Stewart -- aged 19 and 20 -- have been arrested and accused of driving under the influence after the vehicle they were in drove into a house. The car was initially driven by the 19-year-old, who police say fled the scene to a nearby residence. The 20-year-old was a passenger, but police say he tried to drive the car out of the home and failed.

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