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DUI and the HGN

Georgia residents who are suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol may be asked by law enforcement officers to participate in field sobriety testing. One common test used to check for DUI is the horizontal gaze nystagmus. What exactly is this test, what are officers looking for, and is it an accurate indicator of impairment?

Georgia man facing DUI and other charges

Police in Georgia recently arrested a man who they say was operating his vehicle recklessly and while under the influence of alcohol. This gentleman is now facing DUI and other charges. The potential consequences in this case can be pretty significant.

No DUI case without reasonable suspicion

Driving under the influence is a crime that the state of Georgia does not treat lightly. Numerous people suffer injuries or worse in accidents with drunk drivers. As such, police are constantly on the lookout for potential DUI suspects.

Georgia man arrested and charged with DUI

A Georgia man found himself behind bars after an incident that left a police officer injured. This gentleman allegedly led the officer on a high-speed chase that ended in a collision. Authorities say that the accused was intoxicated at the time of the event. He has since been charged with various violations, including DUI.

What tests do police use to check for suspected DUI?

In Georgia and elsewhere, if a person is suspected of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, police will likely ask him or her to take part in what are called field sobriety tests. These tests check a person's physical and cognitive abilities. Failing any of these tests could result in a DUI charge.

Georgia man facing DUI charge

Police in Georgia recently arrested a man and charged him with driving while impaired. This individual has since been charged with DUI drugs -- a charge that has some stiff penalties attached to it if a conviction is achieved. He was also accused of several traffic violations. This incident has already and could further negatively affect the life of the accused, which is why having an experienced criminal defense attorney on his side could prove extremely valuable.

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