My client believes believes that she did stop.
The law-enforcement officer stated that her vehicle did not come to complete stop. He stated,
that she did slow her vehicle, but the vehicle did not stop completely.
The Georgia Code requires that a vehicle must come to complete stop behind an intersection controlled by a stop sign.
A complete stop is defined as, when the car's forward progress ceases and the wheels stop rolling forward.
After negotiation with the prosecutor, I was able to get this charge dismissed. My client is extremely happy with this result.
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