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Boating Under the Influen…

Boating Under the Influence: What You Need to Know

Boating is a way of life for many Georgia families. With over 2,300 miles of coastline, the state invites residents to head out on the water for fun and recreation. But when alcohol is involved, fun in the sun can quickly turn into criminal charges.… Read More
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The Most Common DUI Defen…

The Most Common DUI Defenses

A drunk driving conviction can set your life off course. With mandatory jail sentences and driver’s license suspensions, even a first time DUI is a big deal. Find out what you can do to fight back against claims that you were driving drunk, and see… Read More
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A bottle of prescription drugs is spilling a variety of pills out onto the white surface with a set of car keys beside it.

Prescription Drugs and DUI: What You Need to Know

When most people get a new prescription from the doctor, the first thing they think about isn’t how this will affect their ability to drive. But for some prescriptions, it should be. Georgia police are on the lookout for people on prescription drug… Read More
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Beer bottle and Keys in Jail Cell

When Can You Be Sent to Jail for a DUI in Georgia?

When you see flashing lights in your rear-view mirror and you know you’ve been drinking, your first thought might be that you are going to jail. Georgia law can be tough on drunk driving offenses. That may leave you wondering, when can you be sent… Read More
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Police at DUI Stop

What to Expect After Arrest for DUI in Georgia (And Why Hiring the Right Lawyer is Everything)

This scenario might sound all too familiar. After a fun night out, you leave a gathering of friends and get in your car to head home. Before you know it, a kaleidoscope of flashing blue is reflecting off of your rearview mirror. You pull over and rol… Read More
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DUI After A Holiday Party

The holidays are filled with family parties, office gatherings, social outings, and get-togethers at local restaurants, bars, and pubs. While the holidays are filled with social outings and holiday cheer, there is also an increase in law enforcement… Read More
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