While the legal intoxication level is allocated to each individual state, all fifty states, including Georgia, institute a .08% Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) for operating a motor vehicle or personal watercraft. To avoid a DUI, be sure to mind your intake, opt for a designated driver or taxi, and avoid myths about drinking coffee or taking a cold shower in order to sober up before getting behind the wheel.
Common results from drinking and driving (DUI) cases can include: fines, revocation of a drivers’ license, community service, reform programs and jail time—not to mention the tarnishing of your reputation and military career.
If you have been charged with a DUI, a civilian military lawyer can be your most valuable resource when summoned before a court-martial or military board. Remember, a charge is not the same as a conviction, and with proper military legal counsel, you can have peace of mind in knowing that the facts of your story will be heard and organized in a way that best represents you and your case.
Military Justice Attorneys, PLLC has experienced Military DUI lawyers on staff to defend those accused of a DUI. We understand DUI laws and how military commands prosecute under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. We view each driving under the influence offense as an individual case and defend in both State and Military Courts.