What is the legal definition of Driving Under the Influence in Georgia?
The state of Georgia can convict a person of DUI by proving beyond a reasonable doubt that the person was:
- Driving or in actual physical control of
- any automobile or other motor driven vehicle
- on any public road, highway, street, alley, parking lot, or any other premises frequented by the public at large, while
- under the influence of any intoxicant (alcohol or drugs), or
- with the blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08% or greater, OR
- to the extent that the person was less safe to drive.
An experienced Lawrenceville DUI lawyer can help you to analyze and contest the evidence in your case, which in some cases may result in the dismissal of the charges or a reduced plea agreement.