DUI Lawyer Atlanta Bubba Head posts information on fighting blood test cases after a DUI arrest. He discusses training for DUI lawyers needed to competently defend an accused driver facing DUI drugs offenses in GA. Most lawyers lack the advanced, post-law school training needed to win a DUI blood test case. Both blood alcohol test results are discussed, and blood test for drugs. Other than driving under the influence of alcohol blood test cases, marijuana blood test analysis is the #2 substance found by the GBI. THC blood test results can be found for as much as a month after cessation of smoking weed.
Mr. Head and his DUI law firm partners have all had been trained on instrumentation used by blood testing labs. Each is a DUI specialist. They know blood drug test detection times, and how long for blood test results from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to be produced. Depending on the types of blood tests run (GC, GC-MS, LC) the time can vary greatly.
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Atlanta DUI Lawyer Bubba Head points out that head injuries can MIMIC drunkenness. His name is associated with being the top attorney in Atlanta for driving the influence cases, felony or misdemeanor.
Many DUI accident cases will be accused as felony cases, where an alleged DUI driver causes serious injury or death, and a felony vehicular homicide or a felony serious injury by vehicle cases is indicted.
Watch this CNN report, for a list of head trauma symptoms that could be misinterpreted as a drunk driver. No driver, after a car crash --- and especially one with air bag deployment --- should be asked to perform field sobriety tests. These voluntary exercises and eye test are NOT scientific tests, and have no correlation to driving impairment.
Mr. Head, the highest rated DUI lawyer in Atlanta, is part of a Georgia DUI law firm that fights DUI cases, misdemeanor and felony cases. If facing an Atlanta DUI, or a driving under the influence charge anywhere in Georgia, call DUI specialist William C. Head. His Georgia DUI lawyers are in Atlanta and 19 other cities across Georgia. Get help with Georgia DUI laws and DUI consequences.
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This news clip is about a RACING fatality case. Two drivers (the two people racing) went to Gwinnett County Jail, for this horrific crash. Two people died, due to the accident occurring when both cars collided at an excessive speed. Racing is one of several "predicate" serious driving offenses that can support a felony vehicular homicide case in GA, where up to 15 years in state prison is the maximum punishment. Other predicate offenses can be passing a stopped school bus, DUI, reckless driving, hit and run, and attempting to elude a police officer. More about Atlanta DUI lawyer Bubba Head, known by virtually all lawyers in Atlanta, GA as the best felony DUI attorney. : http://www.bubbahead.com/
Whether charged with felony or misdemeanor offense in Gwinnett County criminal charges that started in a motor vehicle. Felonies that occur in Gwinnett County go to Gwinnett County Superior Court. Misdemeanors originating in Gwinnett County start in Gwinnett Recorder's Court and can be transferred to the Gwinnett County State Court, for trial by jury. When facing criminal charges, hire best attorney in Gwinnett County.
http://www.bubbahead.com/gwinnettduicheckpointcasefor3971days.html (Sample Gwinnett DUI case that Mr. Head won, through tenacity and perseverance.)
If you need a criminal lawyer for an accident in Atlanta, GA call Mr. Head for a FREE Professional DUI case evaluation, at 1-888-384-4323. When you need a lawyer for a Gwinnett criminal case, misdeamanor or felony, call on the criminal defense attorneys at our DUI law firm to assist you.
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Because being taken to jail is so demeaning, many drivers with their first offense DUI arrests ask the question, "Is a DUI a felony?" Their treatment at a detention center clearly FEELS like they are a felon.
Lawyers in Atlanta, GA and over most of the rest of Georgia know the top criminal lawyer in such DUI felonies - Atlanta DUI lawyer Bubba Head. http://www.bubbahead.com/
The short answer is that a first offense DUI can be a felony, but only with aggravating factors, such as an accident with serious bodily injury to another person, or vehicular homicide or homicide by vehicle under GA law (called vehicular manslaughter in some other states). Also, child endangerment is a felony if the driver is DUI, in some states.
Facing a DUI felony is much more problematic, because most states have minimum, mandatory state prison time for a conviction of a felony DUI offense. For homicide by vehicle in GA, while DUI, 15 years per death or serous injury is the maximum punishment that the Judge can impose.
For a referral to a top DUI lawyer or DWI attorney anywhere in America, call DUI book author and 40-year veteran Atlanta DUI lawyer William C. "Bubba" Head, at 1-888-DUI-HEAD [ 1-888-384-4323], to connect your a knowledgeable and experienced felony DUI attorney. You don't need to decide is DUI is a felony, because your drunk driving lawyer can do that investigation.
Atlanta DUI lawyer Bubba Head explains that a person who both (1) intends to drink or to take an impairing substance AND (2) knowingly drives a vehicle, can be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or driving under the influence of drugs. Beyond that basic legal requirement for driving under the influence, a felony DUI has to be a repeat offense, or involve aggregating circumstances like endangering a child by driving drunk (in some states), or (while intoxicated) killing or seriously injuring another person.
Mr. Head and his other Georgia DUI lawyers answer the office phone 24/7, to be able to assist accused drinking drivers. Call us NOW at 1-888-384-4323 for a FREE professional consultation.
We help clients accused of drunk driving from our three north metro Atlanta offices, in Atlanta, Marietta and Sandy Springs GA. Our objectives are to AVOID JAIL, keep you driving, and get the DUI reduced to reckless driving or dismissed entirely, in some cases.
Knowing your legal rights is ESSENTIAL to protecting your Constitutional rights.
Refusing roadside field sobriety tests has no drivers license consequence. That means you cannot be suspended for NOT taking these voluntary evaluations. They are not scientific in the first place, such as an SAT test.
Georgia law on driving drunk has very severe criminal sanctions and creates a LIFETIME record, if convicted. The driving law in Georgia pertaining to DUI drugs does not "give the driver a pass" if the drugs consumed are prescribed drugs, if the driver has taken too much or has mixed the drugs with alcohol.
To answer the question, "Is a DUI a felony in Georgia?" see this link:
The number of underage drinking, or possession of alcohol under 21 cases in Athens-Clarke County, GA exceed the total possession of alcohol by a minor charges in Fulton County, GA, or Cobb County GA, or Gwinnett County GA or DeKalb County GA) and all of these counties boast populations of about 1 million residents. The year-round Athens’ population is about 125,000 residents.
Since a 2015 legislative change, MIP (minor in possession) cases are now being made by citation, and arresting and jailing the UGA student or visitor to campus at the Athens Clarke County jail. This WSB-TV news story in 2012 about the over aggressive arrests being made in Athens was instrumental in getting Georgia laws changed. The Georgia Legislature modified Georgia law to take away the right of Athens Police to arrest, absent some other crime being detected (such as possession of a false ID, obstruction of an officer, etc.)
After the change, local police (in 2016) have added federal agents to the law enforcement presence in downtown Athens, searching for underage drinking and possession of alcohol under 21 cases.
Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta Bubba Head or the partners at his DUI law firm at 1-888-384-4323 (1-888-DUI-HEAD), or email@example.com. His web site is http://www.bubbahead.com.
Under Georgia DUI laws, police officers are taught to read the Georgia implied consent law notice, and get an answer whether the suspected drunk driver is willing to blow into an alcohol breathalyzer test. A similar process occurs in most cases after a DUI arrest (when alcohol is the suspected impairing substance). The Intoxilyzer 9000 is Georgia's only approved breath alcohol test, at this time.
Be aware that the Intoxilyzer 9000 --- the OFFICIAL test --- is NOT a portable breathalyzer. It is not a handheld breathalyzer. It is either on a desktop, counter top, or wired into a mobile BATmobile (Breath Alcohol Testing mobile van or truck. In GA, these handheld devices are 100% optional, and decling to blow is perfectly acceptable, since they are not the "implied consent test" in Georgia.
If your Georgia DUI lawyer lacks full breath test training, then possible DUI defenses to the alcohol breath test may not be raised, argued and ruled upon.
Call our DUI law firm for a FREE professional case evaluation, if you are facing drunk driving charges in GA. This is especially true if you will challenge your results from the breathalyzer. Hire a DUI lawyer who knows how to beat a breathalyzer. Our DUI law form can help: Call us at 1-888-DUI-HEAD [1-888-384-4323], DUI guru Bubba Head.
Those arrested for repeat offense DUI will be offered a chance to enter a DUI Court program. Most of Mr. Head's clients opt to fight their driving under the influence cases. However, in extreme cases where the person has multiple pending drunk driving or drugged driving cases, this option may protect against a long jail sentence at the Cobb County jail.
Call Bubba Head for a FREE professional case evaluation, and learn about your options, the sentencing practices of your assigned Judge and How to win a DUI case from the DUI Guru himself.
404-567-5515 or 1-888-384-4323.
http://www.bubbahead.com/georgiajuryacquitsclientofallthreecharges.html (Sample winning case, from Cobb County State Court).
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A lot of Mr. Head's past clients took prescription drugs as prescribed or using them in combination with some alcohol, and then unknowingly getting behind the wheel. Mixing a prescription medication like zolpidem, the generic name for brand name Ambien, with alcohol can have a strong (exponential) synergistic effect and can cause you to black out while waiting at a traffic light.
Mr. Head has represented clients charged with DUI drugs who have experienced total amnesia about driving, and have no memory of how they got home.
Ambien's side effects include drowsiness, dizziness, weakness, and feeling “drugged” or light-headed.
DUI drugs cases exist where the person experienced unintentional driving after taking Zolpidem – they literally don’t remember getting into a car, starting it, and driving off. This has also been referred to as “sleep driving.” Our clients had no intent to drive, and do not remember being pulled over and arrested for driving under the influence of drugs. Call Bubba Head, Criminal Justice Attorney in Atlanta, GA.
Police field sobriety tests like this HGN test and the VGN test are designed to FAIL and sobriety tests used by police are not scientific tests.
In an Atlanta, GA news story, Atlanta DUI attorney Bubba Head was asked about the the reliability of field sobriety tests, by WSB TV, channel 2. He and Dr. Spurgeon Cole both agree that the NHTSA field sobriety test 3- test battery is flawed, and overly sensitive. This means innocence people get mis-identified as being over the legal limit and taken to jail. The DUI specialist from Atlanta, GA advises to never take a single field sobriety test. The Georgia DUI attorney, with over 40 years of fighting every type of sobriety test, advises to politely DECLINE trying to pass the unscientific and subjectively-graded police sobriety tests.
Call William C. Head PC for a FREE professional consultation if you were arrested for DUI in Georgia. Learn whether the HGN test can be excluded in your DUI case. Whether your case is in Atlanta Municipal Court, Marietta Municipal Court, Alpharetta Municipal Court, Athens-Clarke County Municipal Court, Gwinnett County Recorder's Court or State Court of Savannah-Chatham County, Mr. Head's DUI law firm in Atlanta GA can help you.
Call: 1-888-384-4323 [1-888-DUI-HEAD]. We take calls 24/7
William C. Head, PC is an experienced DUI defense lawyer who represents clients across the State of Georgia. An accomplished speaker, author, and consultant, Mr. Head is known throughout the legal community for his expertise in the field of DUI law. In fact, thanks to his 93% success rate, he has been recognized as “The Nation’s Leading DUI Defense Attorney.”
Bubba Head has been a member of the Georgia Bar Association since 1976—the same year he received his law degree from The University of Georgia School of Law. He has also held a membership with the South Carolina State Bar since 1990.
Mr. Head is the author of six popular books on the topic of DUI law, including The DUI Book, 101 Ways to Avoid a Drunk Driving Conviction, and The Georgia DUI Defense Trial Practice Manual. Indeed, The DUI Book, which explains the entire DUI process in layman’s terms, has become so popular that Mr. Head has contributed to several state-specific editions.
Understanding the breathalyzer and field sobriety tests is important for any DUI defense lawyer. Mr. Head is a certified Intoxilyzer 5000 user; in fact, he even owns his own machine. He has also sponsored several training courses on the Intoxilyzer 5000 and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for other defense lawyers.
Mr. Head is a member of several premiere legal organizations, such as the American Bar Association, The American Trial Lawyers Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Georgia Defense of Drinking Drivers Group, and the Gwinnett County Bar Association. A founding member of the National College for DUI Defense, he has served as a Regent of the College twice since 1995.
Mr. Head is the senior partner at William C. Head, PC, one of the top DUI defense firms in the State of Georgia. Martindale-Hubbell has awarded the firm an ‘AV’ rating—the highest rating possible.
Mr. Head frequently volunteers with the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Children’s Cancer Unit. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Innocence Project.
- University of GeorgiaHistory, 1969 - 1973Bachelor of Arts in History, with honors
- University of Georgia School of LawLaw, 1973 - 1976Juris Doctor in Law
- William C. Head, PCPresident, 1999 - present
- Private practice since June 10, 1976present
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