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  • State v. R.D.

    Our client was charged with DUI less safe, DUI per se (having a blood alcohol concentration greater than .08 grams), and possession of an open container of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle. This case was pending in the Clayton County State Court, which is widely recognized to be a very difficult jurisdiction.... Read On

  • State of Georgia v. F.H.

    Meriweather County Superior Court Our client was initially charged with child molestation following an allegation by the childs mother to law enforcement. Through intensive investigation of the incident, the childs unfortunate family history, and the mothers history, The Sessions Law Firm was... Read On

  • State of Georgia v. H.S.

    Gwinnett County State Court There are 2 valuable lessons to be learned from this case: (1) No good deed goes unpunished, and (2) All is well that ends well. Our client was at home asleep when she received a call from a friend that had been arrested for driving on a suspended license. Her friend ... Read On

  • State of Georgia v. T.M.

    Baldwin County State Court (City of Milledgeville)  Our client was charged with DUI and underage possession of alcohol in Milledgeville, Georgia. He submitted to field sobriety tests and he refused the state-administered breath test. We navigated through the administrative license suspension cas... Read On

  • State of Georgia v. J.W.

    City of Atlanta Municipal Court  Our client was arrested for DUI just outside of Buckhead in Atlanta. She was stopped by a member of the Georgia State Patrol Nighthawks DUI Task Force for failing to maintain her lane of travel. After the officer started his blue lights to stop our client, she pr... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. E.H.

    Washington County State Court Our client was found asleep at the wheel of his vehicle just prior to a railroad crossing. His car was in park, but it was still running at the time that the arresting officer came upon him. No field sobriety tests were performed upon our client. However, based upon... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. Y.K.

    City of Clayton Municipal Court Our client was charged with speeding, failure to maintain lane, possession of an open container of alcohol while driving, and DUI Less – Alcohol. Our client was attempting to travel from Cherokee, North Carolina to Atlanta, Georgia, when he was stopped. Following ... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. T.P.

    Gwinnett County State Court Our client was in a very bad single-car accident which resulted in her car flipping at least twice and ultimately coming to rest on its side. Our client was text messaging at the time that this accident occurred. When officers arrived, they spoke with our client and s... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. T.T.

    Gwinnett County State Court Our client was arrested for DUI after he was stopped at a roadblock in Duluth, Georgia. The roadblock was maintained by a joint effort of the City of Duluth and Gwinnett County. Our client submitted to the horizontal gaze nystagmus which the officer said produced 6 or... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. R.C.

    DeKalb County State Court Our clients DUI charge was completely dismissed when the State failed to meet its burden of proof at the motions hearing. Our client was originally faced a suspension of his drivers license as a result of refusing the state-administered breath test, in addition to the ... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. B.N.

    Franklin County Superior Court Our client was stopped for speeding well in excess of the posted speed limit by the Georgia State Patrol. After speaking with the client, the officer smelled marijuana. As a result of that conversation, our client was arrested DUI – Marijuana, Driving While License... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. E.A.

    Atlanta Municipal Court Our client was stopped by the Georgia State Patrol for Speeding in Excess of Maximum Limits and Failure to Maintain Lane.  After initiating a traffic stop, the officer asked our client to consent to a Standardized Field Sobriety Test, for which she displayed a front to re... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. J.K.

    DeKalb County State Court Our client was charged with her second DUI  in approximately 5 months along with Following Too Closely, Failure to Maintain Lane, and Obstruction of an Officer.  At the trial of the case, our clients prior DUI charge, which she pled guilty to, was introduced as a simil... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. N.A.

    Fulton County State Court For this case, we received a complete dismissal for our client for a DUI charge, Failure to Change Address or Name on Drivers License based on a plea in bar. This case illustrates the importance of understanding the law with regard to the amendment of charging instrume... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. C.L.

    Fulton County State Court Our client was stopped for failing to maintain his lane by the Alpharetta Police Department. According to the arresting officer, our client showed 6 of 6 clues on the HGN test, 5 of 8 clues on the walk-and-turn test, and prior to the administration of the one-leg stand ... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. P.G.

    Fulton County State Court Our client was stopped after he allegedly ran over several speed bumps without slowing and failed to stop at a red light. When the officer approached his car, the officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol and marijuana. There was open container of alcohol in his car and ... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. D.S.

    Gwinnett County State Court Our client was followed by an off-duty deputy who allegedly saw him swerve and weave numerous times on I-85. The off-duty deputy called 911 and a Gwinnett County Police Department officer located our clients vehicle. Our client smelled of alcohol, so the officer requ... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. K.H.

    Fulton County State Court Our client was stopped for speeding on Georgia 400 in the City of Atlanta. When the officer approached our clients car, he smelled marijuana, so he asked our client to step out of the car and perform some field sobriety tests. In addition to the standard battery of fie... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. B.P.

    Fulton County State Court Our client was involved in accident in which he struck (and knocked over) a power pole. An officer investigating the accident smelled alcohol on our client, and our client admitted drinking. Our client performed very poorly on field sobriety tests, which included the HG... Read On

  • STATE OF GEORGIA V. W.C.

    Gwinnett County State Court This case was in which many lawyers thought was not winnable. The case included a very high breath test result — .187. During the case, we lost an appeal to the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court. Nonetheless, we continued on, and ultimately, we wo... Read On

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