DUI Breathalyzer Refusal, Will It Impact Me In Court?

On February 18, 2019, Georgia Courts ruled that a Breathalyzer refusal could no longer be used in court.  In the past, prosecutors would argue that the accused would only refuse a breathalyzer almost as an admission of guilt.  These behaviors by prosecutors impacted the accused by making someone accused of a dui by making them appear guilty will out any supporting evidence.  Fortunately for individuals pulled over in Georgia, justice has prevailed and you will now no longer have your refusal to take a breathalyzer impact you in court.

Alpharetta DUI Attorney

If you have been pulled over and arrested for DUI, this is a serious crime and a serious charge.  The legal implications of a DUI can impact your insurance costs and coverage, child custody and divorce, or even your ability to work.

North Fulton Breathalyzer Refusal

Attorney Jared Mitnick is highly skilled at assisting those arrested for a dui, in obtaining justice.  If you or a loved one is facing jail time, a loss of license or worse, due to a DUI charge, call today.

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