A Habitual Violator in Georgia is the status of a driver who has violated the Georgia Driver’s License Act. You become a Habitual Violator by committing three serious driving offenses within a five-year period. Technically, this is called Violation of the Georgia Driver’s License Act (VGDLA). What Are the Possible Penalties for Habitual Violators in […]
Georgia’s Drunk Driving Laws
The Atlanta Journal Constitution published an article in early September that is a guide to everything you need to know about drunk driving laws in Georgia. Please read the article and visit our DUI driving laws page to learn more about your rights and how an experienced GA DUI Lawyer can help get you a […]
Does Georgia Need Tougher Penalties for Convicted DUI First Time Offenders?
Georgia House Bill 42 is also know as the Jordan Griner Act. The Bill, Proposed by State Representative Earnest Smith as an amendment to Section 40-6-391 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, if enacted, would impose a penalty of at least 72 hours in jail for all convicted first time DUI offenders. As the […]
Is A DUI or Reckless Driving Charge More Serious?
Reckless driving and DUI are typically considered a misdemeanor according to Georgia Law. If you have a second DUI charge though, and you have a previous DUI on you driving record in Georgia, the second DUI would put you in felony status if convicted. A Georgia DUI attorney that will handle your case and is […]
What’s The Difference Between “Buzzed Driving” and Drunk Driving?
Driving under the influence of alcohol, whether a lot of alcohol or a little, in Atlanta or any other city is never a good idea. But many Ga drivers are under the false impression that if they have just had a few beers they are fine to drive home and not in any danger of […]