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  • Athens GA DUI Driver in Felony Homicide by Vehicle Case Highlights High Risk for Recreational Marijuana Users

    Because marijuana use requires several days to be eliminated from the user's body, many marijuana users risk Felony Homicide by Vehicle and Felony Serious Injury charges when an accident occurs and blood tests show the mere presence of marijuana or other controlled substance (drug that requires a doctor's prescription). Hundreds of thousands of drivers whose daily recreational marijuana use creates the risk of lengthy state prisons sentences when a fatality occurs when they are driving.

  • Georgia Drivers License - DUI Suspension and How to Protect Your Administrative License Suspension Appeal

    Georgia Driver License suspension after a DUI arrest in Georgia - After a DUI arrest in Georgia, the Georgia drivers license of virtually every person taken to jail is confiscated. An out-of-state drivers license can also be confiscated. This seizure of your drivers license is part of the Georgia implied consent law, and a 30-day permit is issued. Not appealing this DUI license suspension within 10 BUSINESS DAYS after arrest, triggers loss of the right to drive in GA for 12 full months.

  • Fighting a Florida Drug Possession Charge

    Florida’s drug laws are among the strictest in the nation. Mere possession of a controlled substance such as cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine is a third degree felony, which can carry penalties including fines and up to five years in prison. If you are currently facing possession charges, however, you are not without legal defenses.

  • 97 Reasons to Fight a DUI charge; DUI Penalties; DUI Consequences; and Pleading Guilty = 100% Chance of Losing

    For the past 30 years, an average of 1.5 million American drivers have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or DUI drugs. In the states lacking a first offender act for DUI, no pretrial diversion and where no expungement of a DUI conviction is possible, fewer than 15% of all accused drivers avoid conviction. Three key factors determine who that 15% will be: (1) a defeatist attitude of the client (2) hiring the wrong lawyer and (3) lack of full information on DUI consequences.

  • How to Beat a DUI

    These eleven tips would be good to share with anyone who occasionally has a drink and later drives a vehicle of any type.

  • A DUI arrest in Georgia’s Busiest Municipal Court – Atlanta Municipal Court – DUI Lawyer Atlanta

    No criminal court in Georgia processes more driving under the influence cases than the Atlanta Municipal Court. Atlanta DUI lawyer explains how the court moves its misdemeanor criminal cases and traffic tickets (including DUI) faster than all other traffic court locations in the State, instant information needs to be found online, by those issued traffic tickets in the Atlanta GA traffic court. City of Atlanta misdemeanor arrests start in the Municipal Court of Atlanta, including drunk driving.

  • Using a DUI Expert Witness to Defend Impaired Driving Cases

    The questionable "science" behind field sobriety test evidence collected by police from unsuspecting citizens detained for suspected driving while intoxicated offenses must be met with a DUI expert witness in the defense phase of the case, to have the best opportunity to educate the jury about these bogus evaluations. Similarly, a breath alcohol test is never used by medical doctors, and police breathalyzers have known precision limitations and maintenance accountability crime lab records.

  • US Supreme Court Rejects Implied Consent Blood Test In States That Criminalize DUI Refusal

    In Birchfield v. North Dakota, the US Supreme Court addressed the constitutionality of state implied consent laws that criminalize a person's refusal to submit to a forensic test (i.e., blood, breath), for impaired driving charges. About a dozen states have enacted Draconian DUI-DWI laws proscribing refusal to submit, in an effort to obtain compliance with implied consent law tests following a drunk driving arrest, or go to jail or prison for non-compliance. The case was decided June 23, 2016.

  • Am I Eligible for an Expungement under Penal Code 1203.4 in California?
      by Kaass Law

    Convicted of a crime? Expunge your conviction under Penal Code § 1203.4. If granted in court, after your conviction is expunged it will allow you to reopen your case and set aside the conviction. Such convictions are either misdemeanor or certain types of felonies.

  • Date Rape: What It Is, the Law and the Consequences

    The difference between ‘date rape’ and standard ‘rape’ in the legal context is restricted to the legal meaning of the terms. Thus, they carry the same serious consequences.


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