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Criminal defense: Refusal to test can't be used as evidence

When police officers pull over a driver suspected of being under the influence, they generally ask that individual to submit to some kind of blood-alcohol content testing. Most people in Georgia are probably familiar with the Breathalyzer test, which is commonly used during roadside testing. But what happens to those who refuse to submit to Breathalyzer testing? According to Georgia's Supreme Court, refusing a test cannot be used as evidence, which may be important for some people's criminal defense planning.

Driver suspected of DUI charged regarding 2 accidents

Georgia police recently arrested a woman they claim was involved in not one but two drunk driving accidents. However, she was originally only charged for the second accident, as authorities did not discover the first alleged hit-and-run until the following day. She is facing multiple charges related to DUI, including failing to maintain her lane and vehicular homicide.

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