Atlanta, Ga. - There are many offenses that can lead to a DUI investigation and ultimately an arrest for DUI.
Traffic Violations and DUI
Routine traffic stops occur from If you have been arrested and charged with DUI, you probably were given other traffic offenses or other related charges. For example, generally before being charged with a DUI, a driver has been pulled over for some other offense such as:
Aggressive Driving - driving with the intent to intimidate or harass other drivers on the roadway.
Failure to Maintain Lane - neglecting to stay inside the lines of a single lane.
Following Too Closely - traveling too closely to other vehicles on the roadway.
Headlight Requirements - failing to utilize headlights when needed.
Hit and Run - leaving the scene of an accident.
Illegal Passing - passing other vehicles on the road improperly.
Racing - driving a vehicle in an attempt to outgain another vehicle on the roadway.
Reckless Driving - driving with a disregard for others on the roadway.
Speeding - traveling at higher speeds than the posted speed limit.
Texting While Driving - using a mobile device while in control of a vehicle.
These are just a few examples of common traffic violations that lead to driving under the influence.
If you or a loved one is facing a DUI charge in Atlanta, call our offices today. An Atlanta DUI Attorney can help you with your case now.