STATE OF GEORGIA V. B.S.
Brookhaven Municipal Court
Our client was stopped for speeding on Peachtree Road in the City of Brookhaven. Because he was stopped by a City of Brookhaven Police Department officer, this case was processed into the Brookhaven Municipal Court. Our client submitted to field sobriety tests following the stop. The arresting officer stated in his report that our client showed 6 of 6 clues on the horizontal gaze nystagmus test and several clues on both the walk-and-turn test and the one-leg stand test. Our client refused a preliminary breath test and the state-administered test of his breath pursuant to the Georgia Implied Consent Law.
Brookhaven DUI attorney Ben Sessions obtained a reduction of the DUI charge to reckless driving, and our client did not suffer a driver’s license suspension or any further time in jail.
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