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Feb
02

DUI – What is the ten (10)day rule?

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

Tags: drivers license, DUI, georgia, less safe, ten day rule

Arrested for DUI?  Be aware of the “10 day rule”! It could affect your ability to drive in the state of Georgia. The “Ten Day Rule,” as it is sometimes called, refers to the requirement that a driver who is notified that his/her license is being suspended for either  a.)  Submitting to a state administered […]

Feb
02

DUI – Refusing the Breath Test

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

Tags: DUI, refuse breath test, state administered breathalyzer test, suspend driver's license

DUI – WHAT HAPPENS IF I REFUSE TO SUBMIT TO A BREATH TEST? You’ve been pulled over in a routine traffic stop. The officer suspects you may be under the influence of alcohol and asks you if you will submit to a breathe test. This is among the most difficult decisions that my clients and […]

Feb
02

Statute of Limitations – Avoid the Trap with Time-Barred Debts

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

Tags: asset acceptance, Debt collection, FDCPA, georgia, statute of limitations, time barred, zombie debt

Just Because the Statute of Limitations has passed on debt it doesnt mean debt collectors will stop trying to get you to pay! Time-barred debts also known as Zombie Debt are debts for which the statute of limitations has passed.  What this means is that a lawsuit cannot legally be filed against you if the […]