Client was following his girlfriend in an ambulance and was pulled over for allegedly weaving. The officer observed bloodshot watery eyes, a strong odor of alcohol, and mumbled slurred speech. The client performed well on field sobriety tests, but the results were distorted in the police report. Client refused the preliminary breath test. The DUI was dismissed. Client plead guilty to Reckless Driving.more
Client was pulled over for speeding and failure to maintain lane. Officer observed an odor of alcohol, red, glassy eyes and a lethargic demeanor. Client informed the Officer that she had been drinking but was at home and was called to pick up her friends from a bar who could not drive. Client refused field tests and a breath test, stating that if she took those tests she would fail. Due to her refusal the prosecution had very little evidence to work with and the arresting officer did not obtain a warrant to draw blood. DUI dismissed. Client plead guilty to Reckless Driving.more
Client allegedly crossed over lanes and ran onto the curb, then proceeded to swerve back onto the roadway and straddle the center lane line. The client was pulled over and when the officer approached the vehicle he noticed a strong odor of alcohol. The officer notified a DUI Unit Officer to meet him for a possible DUI. The officer then had the client step out of the vehicle and asked him how much he had had to drink. The client initially responded that he didn't drink, but later said he drank one beer earlier in the evening. He consented to field sobriety tests. more
Client allegedly was speeding and driving erratically. The officer paced the offender and reported his vehicle speed at 87 mph as our client was pulling away from him. The speed limit was 65 mph. Allegedly, our client continued to drive erratically, speeding and weaving in between cars. According to the police report, there was a strong odor of alcohol emitting from our client's face and person, his eyes were red and glassy, and his speech was slurred. The client admitted to having consumed some cognac before driving. The report notes that our client failed the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test (eye test), and claims that he performed poorly other field sobriety tests, but gives not further details. Our client was arrested for DUI and read his implied consent rights, but did not understand them and gave no response. The officer regarded the lack of a response as a refusal and took the client to jail.more
Client was pulled over on I-85 North in Coweta County after an anonymous report of erratic driving. According to police, our client was drifting in and out of her lane. Her tag lights were dysfunctional as well. When the officer approached the vehicle he detected a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the client's person. Reportedly, upon exiting the vehicle the client nearly fell over and had trouble following the officer's orders. The client failed or was unable to complete field sobriety tests. After being arrested, our client refused any further testing and was formally charged with DUI less safe, failure to maintain lane, expired tag, improper tag-light, and reckless driving in Coweta County State Court.more
George C. Creal, Jr. is a trial lawyer with 18 years of courtroom experience. He is one of only 6 Metro DUI lawyers with both an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale.com and a 10.0/10.0 Superb rating on Avvo.com. With over 100 not guilty jury verdicts under his belt, George knows how to convince a jury that the State has not proven his client guilty of DUI beyond a reasonable doubt. George Creal Attorney Profile
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