On Dec. 9, a Georgia man was pulled over for a routine traffic stop in Forsyth County. Officers claim that this individual was speeding and failing to stay in his lane of traffic. Upon investigating the matter, the accused was arrested and is now facing DUI and other charges.
Police in Georgia were called to the scene of a single-vehicle crash recently in Jasper County. The driver, Walter Rabon, the state's Natural Resources Deputy Commissioner, lost control of his car and crashed into a ditch. Upon investigating the incident, Mr. Rabon was promptly arrested for DUI.
A Forsyth man was recently arrested after striking a police officer with his car. The accused is charged with DUI. This is not the first time he has faced criminal charges.
A man in Georgia recently shared his story about being pulled over and arrested for impaired driving. There was no alcohol in his system, but he was still charged with DUI. Why? For the small amount of Tylenol PM noted on his toxicology report.
Ever hear of a Breathalyzer test? This is a portable machine used by police officers in Georgia to check drivers for suspected impairment. If one is pulled over and tested and it comes back with a positive result, a DUI charge is likely to follow.
A Georgia woman was arrested and fired from her job after allegedly driving a school bus while impaired. She has been charged with DUI and child endangerment. Along with the criminal charges against her, parents of the affected children are also considering filing civil actions.
When you are pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving, you may be taken by surprise. If you are driving in a manner that leads a law enforcement officer to stop you, chances are you aren't aware that you are doing anything wrong, whether or not you ultimately are shown to be over the legal limit for DUI in Georgia.