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Dekalb County DUI Per se: DISMISSED

Our client was charged with DUI-Per Se, Failure to Maintain Lane, and Speeding in Dekalb County. Although a breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was over .08, we filed a Motion to Suppress the breath test result. Rather than defend against the Motion, the prosecutor chose to dismiss all charges:

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Douglas County DUI-Marijuana: “NOT GUILTY” Verdict

Our client was charged with DUI-Marijuana in Douglas County. Despite the presence of THC in his blood and the fact that marijuana and a pipe were found in his car, we kept the possession charges off his record and obtained a “Not Guilty” verdict on the DUI-Drugs charge:

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Cobb County DUI-Less Safe: DISMISSED

Our client was charged with DUI-Less Safe and Failure to Maintain Lane. The State offered to reduce the DUI to a Reckless Driving, and the client rejected the State’s offer. On the day scheduled for trial, the State agreed to dismiss the DUI Charge in exchange for a plea to Failure to Maintain Lane:

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Cherokee County DUI-Less Safe: Jury Verdict of “Not Guilty.”

Our client was charged with DUI-Less Safe and operating a vehicle without headlights more than 30 minutes after sunset in Cherokee County. After we introduced evidence of the official time of sunset from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Cherokee County State Court Judge Alan Jordan entered a directed verdict of “Not Guilty” on the headlight charge.…

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Cobb County DUI-Less Safe: DISMISSED

Our client was charged with DUI-Less Safe after refusing a state administered breath test. We negotiated the dismissal of the DUI charge in exchange for a plea to Reckless Driving and a Basic Rules Violation.

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Cobb County DUI-Per Se: Reduced to Reckless Driving

Our client was charged with DUI-Per Se and two counts of Failure to Maintain Lane. Despite the fact that it was the client’s second DUI arrest, we were able to negotiate a reduction of the DUI-Charge to a less serious charge of Reckless Driving:

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