I have a 2 citations - DUI. & DUI. "less safe" which i obtained from jail . What is the difference between the two?
Under ocga 40-6-391 (a)(1), DUI less safe indicates a police officer believes you were a less safe, less skillful, less capable driver because of alcohol consumed prior to driving. The state will use evidence of driving, performance on roadside tests, manifestations, etc...to demonstrate you were less safe. Make sure to contact an experienced DUI lawyer to discuss your case. Most of us are happy to chat and offer a free consultation. Good luck.See question
Boating Under Influence In Georgia - First Offense
No. Hall County does not divert BUI charges. You will need to hire an experienced BUI/DUI lawyer to help you in challenging these charges.See question
for dui cases
Yes-at the direction of law enforcement and either with consent or via a warrant.See question
BAC: .136 This is my first DUI offense and it is also my first offense ever I am 24.
If you're financially capable of hiring an attorney, you should do so. If not, you should asked to be considered for a public defender. Representing yourself will not often end well.See question
I got a dui last year on November 2014 and it's June 2015 and I'm finally going to court for it. My charges were dui, tag light violation, failure to maintain lane. Two of these charges never happened, especially failure to maintain lane. I know i...
You don't want to go at this alone. If you do not have the financial means to hire an attorney, request that the case be reset to save some money, or request a public defender.See question
if I was given dui less safe citation, do I need to worry about als suspension? cop didn't take away license
In an abundance of caution, you should file a letter requesting a hearing. Because you could face a one-year license suspension, there's no reason not to. But, since the police officer return your license, it is unlikely you're facing any such action.See question
I have a DUI warrant for violation out of GA but I haven't lived there in 5 plus years. Recently called the P.O. in GA explaining my situation and was told that I must turn myself in, although I was going to pay an attorney to try and see if I can...
You have gotten plenty of good answers and I would agree with the other attorney's opinions.
The reality is you need to dispose of this issue. Most attorneys can discuss the case with your probation officer/judge and attempt to work out an outcome that may be sufficient and not result in additional jail time. You should contact an attorney that practices regularly in the City or the area in which you have this issue, and see if that attorney can help you get through this hurdle. Feel free to reach out if any of us can help you.See question
My partner was convicted of DWI in North Carolina 8 years ago. He was ordered to have the Ignition Interlock placed on his car. He did not own one so he could never satisfy that requirement. Today he lives in Georgia and has for several years. ...
He would need a waiver of the interlock ignition signed by the sentencing judge. A seasoned dui lawyer should be able to prepare and file the necessary docs.See question
I also did not have a wallet on me at the dui arrest...my first offense...he only cited me for speeding and dui? But not for having my license...
If he does not file a 1205, then there will no administrative action regarding your license. However, just because he did not cite you for not having your license doesn't mean he did not swear out a 1205. You should contact an experienced DUI Attorney and discuss documents that need to be filed to retain your driving privileges.See question