I was cited for DUI, driving less safe in Alpharetta GA. What is this?
It is illegal to operate any motorized vehicle, if the driver is under the influence of alcohol or marijuana in the state of Georgia.

Any amount of marijuana in the blood or urine, no matter how small, proves that a driver is under the influence, and therefore operating the vehicle less than safe.

A blood alcohol level of .08% establishes the fact that the driver is under the influence and driving less safe.
There are instances however, when blood alcohol levels are less than .08% and the driver is still charged with DUI, driving less safe. This can happen when the driver's actions point to the fact that he was driving less safe.
The penalties for DUI and driving less safe are the same. The penalties are seperated by first conviction, second conviction, third conviction, fourth and subsequent convictions.
If you have questions about or issues with DUI or driving less safe, contact the experienced DUI defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia, for a free consultation.

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