Yes to the arrest. Must be honest on application . However you should contact DUI defense lawyer if your test results are negative your lawyer can most likely get your case dismissed and expunged from your record
Based on the question you should be honest and forthcoming about your ARREST. Generally on these types of forms you are allowed to explain or give details. I would recommend that you do this and explain the Negative Blood Test results and the anticipated result. if during the pendency of your application process the charges are Dismissed, make sure to update this answer with a certified copy of the Dismissal. Once the case is Dismissed - make sure to quickly apply to have the charge Expunged from your. You didn't mention being represented by an experienced DUI Attorney. If you are not - you will still be at a distinct disadvantage when trying to get the DUI resolved! Remember, you could still be prosecuted under the DUI Less Safe statute even if the blood test is negative. I hope this information has been helpful. Good Luck!!!
George McCranie IV www.mccranielawfirm.com
The information provided in this response to a question is not legal advise and is provided only for general information purposes. My response should not be taken as legal advise as no attorney / client representation exists. Additionally, the information given in this answer is specific to the State of Georgia only and should not be applied to any other state.
The question asks if you have been arrested for DUI. Therefore, you need to respond with information about your DUI arrest that is pending. A lawyer should be able to get this case dismissed and your arrest expunged. Call me if I can be of assistance.
Allen R. (Rusty) Knox
125 TownPark Drive, Suite 300
Kennesaw, GA 30144
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