Georgia DUI

The Georgia version of the Fair DUI flyer should work in both checkpoints and traffic stops, but your police, prosecutors and judges may not agree. Please talk about this with a local lawyer before using it.

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Fair DUI Flyer-Georgia (PDF)

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6 thoughts on “Georgia DUI

  1. A Georgia Lawyer

    This is wrong. Failure to sign the citation could result in your detention and having to post bond. (O.C.G.A. 40-13-2.1) According to the Georgia Bar website (with the name that was given in the article, Warren Redlich) he is not licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia. To me this sounds like “Unauthorized Practice of Law” O.C.G.A. 15-19-51.

    If I am wrong I will be happy to retract my statement. Just please be wary until then.

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    1. A Georgia Lawyer

      I retract the part “This is wrong. Failure to sign the citation could result in your detention and having to post bond. (O.C.G.A. 40-13-2.1)”. He actually does say that in his flyer.

      Still stand by the rest.

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      1. Matthew Spaccarelli

        He clearly states. “Please talk about this with a local lawyer before using it.” He is saying go get you’re own legal advise. So he is not practicing law. Some attorneys just don’t get it and I’m a dumb truck driver. I should have went to law school.

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    2. Troy

      Corrections:
      “Moreover, if any so-called bar-associated attorney, falsely representing him/herself as a “lawyer” IS authorized to practice Law by licensing, please produce your license. (Remember, only the state governments’ legislative BODIES MAY extend the privilege of a license.)”

      “So then, cease with such nonsense. If there is any true and lawful officer OF government in this country he MUST BE upon his/her OATH OF OFFICE (Const. Art. VI cl. 2, 3), and that includes the attorney/judge.”

      “Now then, you may BE held to your statement in an action or suit at law against you under 28 U.S.C. 241 and 242.”

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