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How Low is Too High? New 0.05 Limit for a DUI?

Posted by Alan Levine | Mar 15, 2024 | 0 Comments

Until Skynet gets rid of us problematic humans (which, admittedly may be soon) with our bad habits and stupidities, there's going to be alcohol consumption - and people doing dumb things - even dangerous things while drunk. Be it dumb while drinking or drinking while dumb, morality can't be legislated into existence; common sense and consideration can't be increased via regulation. Be it half empty or half full, someone is going to finish that beer.

Eyeballing The Boss - Nystagmus Nuances

Posted by Alan Levine | Feb 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

The arresting officer in Bruce Springsteen's DUI case noted the typical signs of possible impairment – strong smell of alcohol coming off his person and glassy eyes. In almost all DUI reports I come across, the officer notes these signs. But anyone who has a drink or two is going to smell of ...

Challenging a DUI Blood Test in Georgia - Part I

Posted by Alan Levine | Jun 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

In a multi-part series, Cobb County DUI/DWI Defense Attorney Alan J. Levine writes about the difficulties and opportunities for challenging a blood test in a criminal case. Though focused on the Driving Under the Influence scenario, and the applicability of Georgia state specific law, the methods for drawing a valid and reliable blood sample, as well as the assurance of proper scientific methods in the field of chromatography, are relevant to any criminal case where blood evidence supports the charges, no matter the state or country.

High Burdens for Low THC Oil

Posted by Alan Levine | Mar 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

There are people in Georgia who need to use THC oil to help with their medical or psychiatric issues. Thus, our state legislature has recently passed a procedure by which those people may get and use low THC oil. First, they need a certified physician to determine they have one of the allowed conditions. Then, that physician applies for their patient's Low THC Oil Registry card through the Georgia Department of Public Health.

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