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William Head’s Legal Guides

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  • DUI and Drunk Driving Laws

    DUI (http://dui.avvo.com/) and drunk driving laws are written by the state legislators in each state, so there are fifty-one different sets of laws, including the District of Columbia's. Every U.S. ju

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  • How to Avoid a DUI Conviction in Georgia

    Prepare Yourself and Your Vehicle Before Going Out 1. Check & repair obvious problems with your vehicle before going out. 2. Obey every traffic law and make sure your lights are on, especially if a v

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  • 89 Consequences of a DUI Conviction on Your Record

    89 Consequences of a DUI Conviction - Part 1 [Court-related Consquences] Copyright 2009 William C. Head Court-related Consequences 1. DUI Convictions in Georgia are FOREVER — no expunction law in

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  • Common Misconceptions about DUI-Alcohol and DUI-Drugs Cases and Substance Abuse in America

    Impaired drivers often are misinformed as to how broad our DUI-DWI Laws are in America Some people believe that they must be “drunk” or “stoned” on drugs to be convicted of DUI/DWI. Others believe t

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  • The Mobilization of the DUI-DWI Criminal Defense Bar to Help Citizens Fight Impaired Driving Charges

    Pressure by M.A.D.D. starting in 1979 culminated with President Reagan mobilizing Congress to act to force states to toughen DUI Laws The M.A.D.D. movement began rolling and gathering steam and polit

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  • Drunk Driving 101: How to Be Smart and not inadvertently Get Convicted of a DUI-DWI

    John Q. Public's Mistake or Lack of Knowledge of Drunk Driving Laws Leads to Most Impaired Driving Arrests Most Americans know a little bit about the drunk driving laws and drugged driving laws in th

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  • Why No Citizen Suspected of DUI-DWI Should Attempt to Perform Roadside Sobriety Tests

    Police Officers want you to try to perform roadside agility or sobriety evaluations, to help them convict you Police officers usually ask drivers whom they suspect of driving under the influence of e

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  • You've Been Arrested, and Are Being Taken to Jail. What Now?

    This guide describes best plan for not incriminating yourself once you have been arrested for DUI until the time that you post bail and beyond.

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  • Tips for Avoiding Being Stopped at a “Sobriety Checkpoint” Roadblock & What to Do if You are Stopped

    Avoiding Obvious Sobriety Checkpoint Locations Just like spiders looking for flies, DUI Task Force officers in major metropolitan cities set up their roadblocks where they think their “prey” may be l

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  • How to Handle a Georgia Implied Consent 1205 ALS Form DUI Arrest Administrative License Suspension

    Taking Action on Georgia Implied Consent DS 1205 License Suspension for DUI Arrest In virtually all DUI arrests that occur in Georgia, the reading (by the arresting officer) of a Georgia “implied con

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