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How do you stop someone from driving under the influence?

Too often, people end up getting arrested for driving under the influence because they felt they were better able to drive than a friend who had consumed even more alcohol. However, you should never prevent a friend from driving drunk by taking the wheel yourself if you've also been drinking. Next to a friend who's highly intoxicated, you may feel sober and in control when in fact you may have a blood alcohol content (BAC) over the legal limit.

Hawks player injured by alleged drunk driver

Driving under the influence can have serious criminal ramifications as well as civil penalties if a drunk driver injures someone in a crash. A 54-year-old Georgia man was charged with DUI less safe after a crash on Jan. 15 in Brookhaven that injured Atlanta Hawks player Chandler Parsons.

Tips for a 'dry' Super Bowl Sunday

If you're facing a DUI charge, you may have decided -- as many people do -- that this was your wake-up call to stop drinking. Maybe you first committed to "Dry January" and have decided to keep going. However, one of the biggest challenges to many Americans' sobriety is Super Bowl Sunday. Whether you go to a friend's house or join a gathering at a local bar or restaurant, you know that alcohol will be everywhere.

DUI laws strict in Georgia

Georgia has strict laws against drunk driving. Being stopped and ultimately convicted on DUI charges can have long-term personal, professional, and financial consequences. Motorists should understand the law and their rights so that they can protect themselves as effectively as possible under the circumstances at hand.

Study of breath tests could call DUI arrests into question

Being arrested for driving under the influence in Georgia can result in myriad problems. With a conviction, there can be a driver's license suspension, jail time, fines and the need to place an ignition interlock device on the vehicle. In addition, people who have a DUI on their record might face various aftereffects such as increased insurance rates and problems getting certain jobs.

Man faces DUI and other charges after speeding crash

A man in a Volvo who had an auto accident after driving at speeds that allegedly surpassed 130 mph recently was arrested on a slew of charges. According to the investigation, the driver, 33, was heading north, and an officer registered his speed at 131 mph. The officer subsequently tried to stop the driver, but he kept driving and sped up. He attempted to leave the roadway, but his speed led to him going out of control.

Forsyth County detective charged with DUI

Cumming area drivers understand the importance of driving safely and not engaging in dangerous driving activities such as texting and driving, speeding, and driving while intoxicated. But everyone makes mistakes sometimes and sometimes we are caught. It is in these situations where a legal professional can make a big impact on the outcome of the criminal matter.

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