Can a blood alcohol concentration test administered under the implied consent law be unconstitutional? That’s the assertion the Supreme Court of Georgia had to consider late last week in the case of Williams v. The State. In a decision rendered Friday, the court ruled that in the case of John Cletus Williams, actual, genuine consent was not […]
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Attorney Greg Willis was featured in the Daily Report (Law.com) because of the landmark victory he secured in the Georgia Supreme Court back in February 2019. Ultimately the high court sided with him and barred his client’s refusal to take a breath test from being used as evidence against her at trial. Read More About the Landmark Victory Free […]
Learning Every Side of the Story On June 12th in Atlanta, GA, Rayshard Brooks fell asleep in his car in a Wendy’s drive-thru lane when two police officers approached him. Officer Rolfe and Officer Brosnan administered a breathalyzer test and, after Mr. Brooks failed it, they attempted to arrest him. Allegedly, Mr. Brooks attempted to refuse […]
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