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Do You Need an Alcohol Test or “to Blow” to be Convicted of DUI?

After a fun night out in downtown Woodstock, the police greet you with blue lights in your rear view mirror. You may ask yourself, if I do not submit to a blood alcohol test or "blow" can I still be charged with DUI?
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What To Do If You Are Charged With DUI

A DUI charge can be scary and stressful. Maybe you were driving home after having a few drinks at a friend's house when you saw the flashing blue lights in your rearview mirror. After a field sobriety test and breath test didn't go well, you found yourself charged with DUI.
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Six Tips For a Quicker Divorce

The decision has been made. A divorce it is. Now how do you accomplish that as quickly as possible? Many family law cases take months or even years to finalize. It does not have to be that way. If you want to file for divorce, and you want it to be over as soon as possible so you can move on with your life, you have options.
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Self Driving Cars Legal In Georgia

In Georgia's continuing push to make itself as business and tech friendly as possible, the legislature this year passed a pair of laws that create the legal framework for self-driving cars.
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Probable Cause Versus Reasonable Suspicion

One question that many people have when they are pulled over by police officers is whether the stop was lawful or not. If you are facing one of these situations, such as in a drunk driving stop, you need to learn about the differences between reasonable suspicion and probable cause.
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Appealing a Criminal Conviction in Georgia

So things didn't go as you hoped they would at trial. What now? In a criminal case, if you try your case and lose, you have an automatic right to appeal your conviction. Although you have a right to an appeal, you must take action to invoke that right and you must do so quickly.
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