Attorney Miller provides articles about traffic, DUI, misdemeanor, felony and probation violation charges in Alpharetta, Roswell and Sandy Springs, Georgia.
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Let a Georgia Traffic Violation Attorney Defend Your Following Too Closely ChargesGeorgia following too closely charges can ruin not only your day, but your driving record, as well. An Alpharetta lawyer explains the charge and what to do.
An Alpharetta DUI Attorney Explains the Problems With Blood Alcohol Testing in Georgia DUI CasesAn Alpharetta DUI attorney explains the problems associated with blood alcohol testing in Georgia DUI cases and why he might dispute the results.
Driving Without Insurance in Georgia Can Put Your Life on Hold Says an Alpharetta Traffic Violation LawyerYour life can come to a screeching halt if you are convicted of driving without insurance in north Georgia. An Alpharetta traffic violation attorney explains.
You Don’t Have to Take It: An Alpharetta DUI Attorney Uses Aggressive Defense Strategies That Really WorkCharged with a Georgia DUI? An Alpharetta DUI lawyer shares some common defense strategies that may reduce your punishment or even get your case dismissed.
An Alpharetta Traffic Violation Attorney Explains That Driving With Expired Tags in Georgia Can Hit You Hard in the PocketbookAn Alpharetta traffic violation attorney explains the law and punishments associated with driving on expired Georgia registration tags.
An Alpharetta DUI Attorney Urges You to Fight Your Georgia DUI Charge With a Strong, Effective DefenseChallenging a Georgia driving under the influence (DUI) charge may be the smartest thing you have ever done. An Alpharetta DUI defense attorney explains why.
An Alpharetta Traffic Attorney Explains How to Fight a Georgia Reckless Driving ChargeIf you receive a Georgia reckless driving charge, you may be in big trouble. An Alpharetta traffic lawyer explains what the charge means and how to fight it.
An Alpharetta DUI Attorney Explains Why You Should Never Submit to a Georgia Field Sobriety TestMany do not realize they are not required to submit to Georgia DUI field sobriety tests. An Alpharetta DUI attorney explains.
An Alpharetta Traffic Violation Attorney Explains the Serious Consequences of Driving on a Suspended License in GeorgiaAn Alpharetta traffic violation attorney explains that driving on a suspended driver’s license in Georgia is serious business with serious consequences.
All Is Not Lost: An Alpharetta DUI Lawyer Shares Tips for Avoiding a Georgia DUI ConvictionHave you been pulled over for a Georgia DUI? Police take drinking and driving seriously. An Alpharetta DUI lawyer offers tips on how to avoid a conviction.
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- Posted on 12/07/2021 Hooray for Attorney Scott Miller! He represented me in Cobb County Court last week for a super speeder ticket.
- Posted on 03/06/2020 Flooding in counties south of I-20 Georgia governor Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency for the southern part of metro Atlanta lying below, I-20 Roads are flooded and bridges are washed out. Be careful when traveling especially in times of low visibility. This news blog is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller. If you have traffic tickets that you would like to discuss with Attorney Scott Miller he is available today for free consultation at 770-408-1001. www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com
- Posted on 03/05/2020 Driver doing donuts on I-285 shuts down traffic. Clayton county police are looking to find drivers who block traffic on I-285 and broke several laws while driving recklessly preforming what is called donuts. This practice known as drift racing breaks at least three laws: drift racing, reckless driving, laying drag. All of these actions are criminal behavior and treated harshly by the law. Individuals caught performing this maneuver or immediately arrested and taken to jail and charged with criminal misdemeanors. This may seem like good fun to the drivers and viewers, however many accidents and deaths have occurred because of this kind of behavior. All drivers are urged to use common sense when operating their vehicles and avoid this type of reckless behavior. This news blog comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller. Attorney Scott Miller is available daily for free telephone consultations at 770-408-1001. www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com