State v. Martin D. Martin is a 23 year old girl who travelled to Georgia from her home in Mississippi. Traveling with her were her boyfriend, G. Heard, and his friend, T.Fellows, whom she had only met on one occasion. The three of them came to Georgia for a weekend away and so that she […]
Over the course of the past year or two, we have seen a rise in the number of clients who have fallen prey to the “Secret Shopper” scam or something similar. This is a scam that most often begins with an email offering either a job or sweepstakes win that seems too good to be […]
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 […]
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 […]
Acquitted! Alanna Ford - DUI Less Safe Case Refused Breath Test No BAC
Even the best trained and most ethical officers can make mistakes. Furthermore, the standards and criteria by which officers evaluate drivers can be compromised by junk science, misapplication of scientific principles, or a host of other factors. The research and technical issues involved in the evidence and procedure surrounding the area of DUI require anyone charged with this offense to immediately seek knowledgeable counsel.
Fulton County Daily Report Greg Land September 13, 2006 ATLANTA ATTORNEYS Charles B. Pekor, Jr. and Daniel E. DeWoskin were in a meeting at their downtown Atlanta office last month when a pair of detectives from East Point arrived and demanded an audience. Upon emerging, DeWoskin was presented with a “Court Order for the Production of Documents” bearing a […]
Fulton County Daily Report By Steven H. Pollak, Assistant Editor-Digital Content Thursday, April 22, 2004 Jail’s delays in inmate releases, strip-searches of prisoners prompt suit Delays in releasing inmates from the Fulton County Jail and the practice of strip-searching arrestees and prisoners w ho are about to be released have prompted a class action suit that […]