What happens if I'm arrested for DUI or reckless driving on GA 400?
Most traffic violations do not result in arrest. If the officer charges you with a DUI or reckless driving, or if he finds contraband in your vehicle, in all likelihood you will be arrested. Your vehicle will be searched inventoried and impounded. You will be taken to a detention center where you will be held for a certain amount of time.
You could be released on your own recognizance or you could post a cash surety bond. You may also arranged for bail to be posted by a bail bondsman.

Your date of arraignment will be given to you, and you must appear on this date at the court of jurisdiction.

It is wise to contact an experienced DUI Traffic Defense Attorney to represent you in court. He will be able to negotiate with the prosecutor and the court on your behalf. You will always obtain a better outcome when you are represented by an experienced DUI traffic defense attorney.

If you have questions about the above, or you have been charged with an offense for which you have been arrested, contact the DUI traffic defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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