Georgia Laws Marijuana

Filed Under: DUI Marijuana in Georgia: Many people living in the State of Georgia mistakenly believe that they can get a Marijuana DUI for simply having marijuana in their system. This used to be the case under O.C.G.A. 40-6-391(a)(6) before the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that a “per se” Marijuana under subsection (a)(6) of the Georgia…

Georgia DUI Lawyers

Georgia Holiday roadblocks, also known as checkpoints, are one of the tools Georgia police officers use to determine whether drivers are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Under the Fourth Amendment, an officer must have a reasonable articulable suspicion of criminal wrongdoing to stop your vehicle. Where the officer did not have a reasonable…

Blood and Urine Refusal DUI Georgia

Filed Under: Refusing to Submit to a Georgia Breath, Blood, or Urine Test Driving in Georgia means you maybe stopped by Law Enforcement at any time. Georgia Police or any Police Officer needs to have probable cause to pull you over. However, sometimes that can be a very gray area.  If you have been stopped by a Georgia Police…

Georgia DUI First Offense Lawyers

DUI ROADBLOCKS IN ATLANTA GEORGIA If you have been arrested in the Atlanta Metro Area because of a DUI roadblock, your first step should be to discuss your case with an experienced Georgia DUI Lawyer. At the Howard Law Group, our Atlanta DUI lawyers are well-versed in the roadblock process and on how to uphold your rights….

Georgia Supreme Court Ruling

Georgia DUI Supreme Court Ruling 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” for purposes of the Implied Consent statute and “actual…

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…

© 2013 Church Theme | Made with love.
Top
Follow us: