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You have the right to remain silent, but when? With the recent anniversary of Miranda v. Arizona (the case that gave us our “Miranda rights”) I believe it’s a great time to examine what these rights really mean.
You have the right to remain silent, but what does that really mean? This week marks the 50th anniversary of the court case Miranda v. Arizona…
Implied Consent Laws in Jeopardy. The Supreme Court of the United States will hear arguments today on the constitutionality of implied consent in Bernard v. Minnesota. Their decision could impact DUI laws throughout the country.
Police May Start Testing Phones. Imagine: You’re in your car, driving to work. You get a text message from your boss…
Should Drunk Driving Be a Crime? This is the question asked by CNN Legal Analyst and Criminal Defense Attorney, Danny Cevallos in his latest Op-ed for the news organization discussing the events surrounding soccer star Abby Wambach’s recent DUI arrest.
Georgia’s Felony Driving Law has had unintended consequences. Enacted as a way to ensure public safety, the laws disproportionately effect immigrants and..
What is DUI “Less Safe”? Have you been charged with DUI “Less Safe”? Are you wondering if this means this is a lesser form of DUI with lesser penalties?
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) Test in Georgia. When you are suspected of DUI in Georgia, you will be asked by the police officer to undergo…
DUI from Out of State. Can a DUI in another state impact your Georgia license? In a word, yes. Georgia law provides that a conviction from another state should be treated as though it was imposed by a Georgia court.