Atlanta DUI Defense Attorney
In Georgia, A person shall not drive or be in actual physical control of any moving vehicle while under the influence of any substance that can impair their ability to operate a vehicle.
Most people think that being charged with DUI means that they are accused of driving while intoxicated with alcohol. However, the DUI statute also applies to anyone that is under the influence of a drug or under the intentional of any glue, aerosol, or other toxic vapor to the extent that it is less safe for the person to drive.
In Georgia, if your blood alcohol level is at 0.08 grams or more at the time you are operating a vehicle, you are legally intoxicated, meaning that you cannot operate a vehicle without the chance of getting charged with DUI.
There are a number of defenses that may be available to anyone charged with DUI. If you have been charged or know anyone who has been charged with DUI, Attorney Gil is happy to help you receive the best possible outcome.