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HENRY COUNTY STATE COURT: Failure to Maintain Lane – “Thick and Slurred” Speech – Refusal: Not Guilty of All Charges

Our client was pulled over for allegedly driving erratically. The arresting officer wrote in his police report that when he made contact with the defendant he could smell alcohol on his person. According to the report, the officer also observed that our client’s speech was “thick and slurred.” Our client refused field tests multiple times, […]

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REDUCED CHARGES: Weaving – Refusal: Client Pleaded to Reckless Driving

The client was following his girlfriend in an ambulance and was pulled over for allegedly weaving. The officer observed bloodshot watery eyes, a strong odor of alcohol, and mumbled slurred speech. The client performed well on field sobriety tests, but the results were distorted in the police report. The client refused the preliminary breath test. […]

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CHARGES REDUCED: Failure to Maintaine Lane – Mediocre Field Tests – Refusal: Pleaded to Reckless Driving

The client allegedly crossed over lanes and ran onto the curb, then proceeded to swerve back onto the roadway and straddle the center lane line. The client was pulled over and when the officer approached the vehicle he noticed a strong odor of alcohol. The officer notified a DUI Unit Officer to meet him for […]

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CLAYTON COUNTY STATE COURT: Asleep at the Wheel – Refusal – Poor Field Tests: Client Found Not Guilty of All Charges

The police found our client asleep at the wheel with his vehicle stopped and running in the south end of Clayton County. After being roused, our client sat on his rear fender. Reportedly, when asked to approach the police car for field sobriety tests the client staggered back and forth violently enough for the officer […]

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CHARGES REDUCED: Failure to Maintain Lane – Speeding – Refusal: Pleaded to Reckless Driving

The client allegedly was speeding and driving erratically. The officer paced the offender and reported his vehicle speed at 87 mph as our client was pulling away from him. The speed limit was 65 mph. Allegedly, our client continued to drive erratically, speeding and weaving in between cars. According to the police report, there was […]

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FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT: Failure to Maintain Lane – Refusal: Client Found Not Guilty of DUI and FTML

The client was pulled over for failure to maintain a lane on Old Alabama Road and Buice Road in Johns Creek in Fulton County. Officer reported that when he approached the window the client’s eyes were bloodshot and that he could smell the odor of alcohol emanating from his person. The client stated that he […]

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COWETA COUNTY STATE COURT: Anonymous Tip – Refusal – Motion to Suppress Denied: Client Found Not Guilty of DUI and Reckless Driving

The client was pulled over on I-85 North in Coweta County after an anonymous report of erratic driving. According to police, our client was drifting in and out of her lane. Her tag lights were dysfunctional as well. When the officer approached the vehicle he detected a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the client’s […]

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FAYETTE COUNTY STATE COURT: Single Vehicle Accident – Refusal – Motion In Limine Denied: Client Found NOT GUILTY of All Charges

The client was in a single-vehicle accident near Highway 270 and Helmer Rd. The client was in a friend’s car ready to leave the scene when an officer arrived. He approached the passenger side of the vehicle and notice the odor of an alcoholic beverage and vomit emitted from our client. When asked to perform […]

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FULTON COUNTY STATE COURT: Asleep at the Wheel – Refusal – Client Diabetic: Found Not Guilty of DUI

The client was asleep at the wheel on Jonesboro Road near I-285 East with the car in drive in the City of Atlanta, Fulton County. When the police approached his vehicle, our client was reportedly disoriented, had glassy eyes, and smelled of alcohol. When prompted, the client said that he had had one beer around […]

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