Earlier this month in Miami Beach, rapper Flo Rider was arrested for DUI. The officer pulled him over for swerving his vehicle. Upon making the stop, the officer asked the rapper to take some field sobriety tests in which Flo Rida allegedly had trouble and he admitted to drinking. He took a breathalyzer and it registered .185. That would be a per se DUI charge. The legal limit in Georgia is .08 and any breath test result over .08 is charged as being an unlawful blood alcohol content. But that does not mean you cannot contest the case.
You never have to enter a guilty plea to driving drunk. You can always have a DUI lawyer attempt to negotiate a better resolution or reduction to your case or take the case all the way to trial. Of course, if you win at trial, the charge goes away completely and your Georgia driver's license will be restored. Even though a DUI charge may seem hopeless and depressing, there are often many things a skilled lawyer can do to help you keep your license and get the best possible outcome.