DUI at a roadside checkpoint?
DUI checkpoints are set up throughout Georgia, in an attempt to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by alcohol related crashes.
If you are stopped at a checkpoint, you are required to provide the officer with your drivers license, registration, and proof of insurance. You are not required to answer any of his questions. The questions you are asked, and the answers you give, may be used to determine if you have been drinking alcohol.  Any open alcoholic container in your vehicle may lead to your arrest.

If you have been in attendance at an event where alcoholic beverages are consumed, you should designate a driver who has not been drinking. If no such driver is available, you should always call for a taxi.

If you have questions about DUI roadside checkpoints, contact the DUI defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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