Georgia code 40-6-391 requires that no one shall be in physical control of a moving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs to the extent that it is less safe for that person to drive.
A person found guilty of 40-6 391 in Georgia will be guilty of a misdemeanor.
In April of this year, I represented a client in Alpharetta Municipal Court who had been charge with operating a motor vehicle under the influence, less safe.
My client was returning home from an evening with friends. He failed to come to a complete stop at a traffic intersection, and was stopped and arrested for DUI.
This was my client’s first in a lifetime DUI charge.
Following negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to get his DUI charge reduced to reckless driving.
Being found guilty of reckless driving is a traffic offense.
Being found guilty of DUI is a criminal misdemeanor, and it remains on your record.
My client was extremely happy with this result, and he has referred one of his friends to me for a different type of matter.
This is another extremely happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia DUI defense attorney Scott Miller.
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- Scott handled my DUI case, he got the charge reduced, now I don’t have a DUI on my record. I recommend him To anyone with a DUI charge. Shakti: Alpharetta
- I liked Attorney Scott Miller from the moment we met. I talked to several attorneys before I picked Attorney Miller to help me. I liked him from the moment we met. He was very professional, and he seemed to know everything about the law. In court, he convinced the prosecutor to drop my DUI charge. Belinda: Dunwoody, GA.
- I called attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation. I was stopped on Georgia 400 for speeding, and I was arrested for DUI. After meeting with Scott, I was impressed with his knowledge of the law and his easy-going manner. He told me that because this was my first DUI, he might be able to get it reduced to another charge. In court he was amazing, he convinced the prosecutor to reduce my charge to reckless driving. He also got my speeding ticket dismissed. How lucky for me to have seen him on the web. Manish: Alpharetta
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