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Blog Posts in November, 2012

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  • I Was Arrested for a DUI Drugs; What Will That Entail?
    I Was Arrested for a DUI Drugs; What Will That Entail?

    Question: I started my day at a football game, then I went to a couple of bars and clubs in Buckhead and on my way home I got pulled over and arrested for DUI drugs I didn’t take a test breath but the ...

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  • I Am Injured and Did Not Perform the Field Sobriety Tests Well: Can I Get My DUI Thrown Out?
    I Am Injured and Did Not Perform the Field Sobriety Tests Well: Can I Get My DUI Thrown Out?

    Question: The other night I was coming home from my company's cigar and bourbon party in midtown Atlanta. It was a blast - good cigars and top notch bourbon. Problem is that I was stopped for failure ...

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  • Can I Get a DUI After One Whiskey Drink?
    Can I Get a DUI After One Whiskey Drink?

    Question: I was pulled over for DUI I really had only had one drink of whiskey. I refused the breath test Could I have been DUI after just one drink? Answer: That depends on several things. You didn't ...

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  • How Many Beers Does It Take To Be Legally Intoxicated?
    How Many Beers Does It Take To Be Legally Intoxicated?

    Question: Can I be legally intoxicated and guilty of a DUI in Georgia if I've only had a few beers? Answer: Yes, a few beers can put someone over the .08 limit for DUI in Georgia (and even under .08 ...

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  • 'Wait, I Thought I Was In Roswell!' Cross-sworn Police Officers
    'Wait, I Thought I Was In Roswell!' Cross-sworn Police Officers

    Question: I was arrested in the city of Roswell by an Alpharetta police officer. Can they do that? Answer: Yes, that is legal. In many jurisdictions officers are "cross sworn," meaning that ...

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