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There are many charges which can accompany DUI, like child endangerment (if there are children in the car), but impersonating a police officer is rarely one of them…
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#AskMickeyRoberts: If I’m in an auto accident, how do I know if I could be charged with Serious Injury by Vehicle?
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Part of being a DUI attorney involves investigating a situation instead of accepting the assumptions that have been made, and in this case, it both cleared a driver of a DUI she wasn’t responsible for and alerted her to a significant medical condition.
Imagine being charged with a DUI when it's been hours since you've had a drink, only to later discover that your body brews its own alcohol.
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The legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit for drivers is .08 in Georgia, but most don’t know what that actually feels like or how many drinks it would equate to. While your BAC varies based on factors like your size, your metabolism, and how much you’ve recently eaten, this story shows how, for some, it takes surprisingly little alcohol to reach .08. 
Andy Wise invites you to happy hour at the MPD's DUI lab, where police recruits and citizen volunteers discover a little bit of booze can get you a lot of time in jail--or worse.
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#KnowYourLaw: For a police officer to initiate a traffic stop, they need to have an articulable suspicion that a crime had been or was about to be committed. While this might be as subtle as speeding, this recent case was a bit more obvious: 
A Northwest Side man who was pulled over while driving a vehicle without front tires early Sunday in west suburban Riverside has been charged with DUI.
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#AskMickeyRoberts: Why should I hire a lawyer who specializes in DUI defense? Isn’t it as simple as whether my blood alcohol content was above or below the legal limit?
A: In actuality, there are a variety of factors which affect your ability to drive safely and which affect the accuracy of blood alcohol readings, so working with a lawyer who has specialized knowledge and experience can help you avoid an unjust conviction.
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#LegalTip: According to Georgia’s distracted driving law, you can be cited not only for texting but for any distraction which has caused you to drive less safely than you would otherwise be able to.
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#KnowYourLaws: In Georgia, the current blood alcohol content (BAC) limit for DUI is .08, and while this is set by each individual state and not by the National Transportation Safety Board so the Georgia law currently remains unchanged, the NTSB is now recommending that the limit be lowered to .05.
Before long, it could be easier for police officers to bust citizens for drinking and driving.
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“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” –Martin Luther King, Jr. Happy #MLKDay!
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#AskMickeyRoberts: Do I have to comply with roadside sobriety tests?

A: No, you are not legally required to comply with field sobriety evaluations, and the results can be very subjective, so while you may still be taken to jail on suspicion of DUI, it’s typically best in the long-term to exercise your right to refuse. https://goo.gl/aLR5Kx
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#DidYouKnow a new bill recently changed some of the laws about driver’s license suspensions in Georgia? Check out my latest blog for more details.
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#AskMickeyRoberts: I have a DUI conviction, but after 10 years, it doesn’t count against me, right?

A: Not exactly. It’s true that if you receive a DUI charge more than 10 years after your first, the new DUI is considered your “first” rather than “second” DUI (for the purpose of determining the maximum and minimum sentences). But the first conviction stays on your record, and if you’re convicted for the new DUI, the judge is more likely to give you the maximum sentence for a “first” DUI after seeing your record. That’s why it’s so important to hire a good DUI lawyer – because a conviction can follow you forever.
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Since 1995, Mickey G. Roberts, Attorney at Law (MR GA DUI Lawyer) law practice has been limited to aggressively defending persons wrongly accused of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs, vehicular homicide, and other traffic related crimes. 

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The information posted on this page is intended to help educate members of the Georgia motoring public as to their rights under the law and to assist presumptively innocent citizens in properly asserting those rights. Information within this site should not be misconstrued as legal advice.

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I recently worked with Mickey Roberts on my case in Dekalb. Mr. Roberts was very professional and took the time to educate me on the process. He listens and is understanding. I felt comfortable speaking with him. He answered all of my questions and fought hard to get me the best outcome possible. I strongly recommend his services to anyone looking for an honest, hard-working attorney.