it sounds like a legitamate case to fight. Driving does require a volitional movement. The 0.09 breath does leave room for legitamate errror. Contact a dui attorney asap and leave it to them to help you out.
You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area ASAP to represent the defendant. Sounds like you have some facts that will assist counsel in the defense of the case.
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This is a defensible case. Your husband needs a lawyer to defend him. Hire one quickly, as he has ten business days to file paperwork necessary to keep his drivers license while he fights the case. Please let me know if I can be of assistance.
It sounds like your husband may have defenses to being convicted of DUI. You are welcome to contact my office to discuss this matter in greater detail. With regards,
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As the other attorneys have stated based upon what you have stated it appears you have something you can use to fight your husband's DUI charge. You should contact a DUI attorney quickly. There are some short deadlines for Georgia DUI, some as short as 10 days.
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