What Constitutes A Felony DUI In Georgia?

If you’re charged with a DUI in Georgia, you will most likely be facing misdemeanor charges. However, in some cases, a DUI can result in felony charges, and you should be aware of these cases so that you won’t be caught unaware on a charge that could follow you for the rest of your life. … More

You Have One DUI – What Can You Expect The Second Time Around?

The state of Georgia takes DUI infractions very seriously, and a second offense can include much more severe consequences than a first offense. Though the law allows for ten days to a year in jail, most first-time offenders will only spend 24 hours in incarceration. Second offenses, however, can result in anywhere from 90 days … More

Your Fourth Amendment Rights In A Traffic Stop

The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America protects citizens against “unreasonable search and seizure.” This means, if there is any obvious evidence of potential wrongdoing, the police may search your vehicle. It also means, however, that police must get your expressed consent before searching your vehicle, your person, or administering … More

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