Atlanta/Fulton County DUI (.109 Breath test) and Reckless Driving – Not Guilty

Our decorated military officer, with a thirteen year career on the line, was pulled over after running a stop-sign in the Virginia Highlands in Atlanta.  Our client agreed to field sobriety exercises and scored a 6/6 on the HGN, 4/8 on the walk and turn, and a 2/4 on the one leg stand.  Our client agreed to breath testing and blew a .109 at the Georgia Tech Police Station.  Our military officer had to take his case to trial to save his career.  Adam Brown took the case to trial with no expert to challenge the state’s .109 breath test (Adam Brown didn’t need an expert with his RN background).  After a hard-fought battle with a veteran Atlanta DUI Task Force officer, the Fulton County jury returned a not guilty verdict on both DUI, and Reckless driving in 15-minutes in Fulton County State Court.

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