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The following case summaries are provided as a representative sample of our recent results. Each case is different, and we can not make any guarantee of a specific result in your case.

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DUI-Alcohol, DUI-Drugs, and DUI-Multiple Substances in Coweta County: Jury Verdict of “NOT GUILTY” on All Counts

Our client was charged with DUI-Alcohol, DUI-Drugs, and DUI-Multiple Substances in Coweta County, Georgia. Although the client admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day, admitted to drinking 3 or 4 beers before driving, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests according to the arresting officer, we obtained a “Not Guilty” verdict on all charges:

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:

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:

Henry County DUI-Less Safe: “NOT GUILTY” Verdict

Our client was charged with DUI-Less Safe and Failure to Use Headlights in Henry County. Although the arresting officer testified that the client failed all field sobriety tests, we obtained a “Not Guilty” verdict on the DUI charge:

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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