A major victory for public safety as drunk driving laws expanded in Georgia

Submitted by Ingrid on Fri, 07/22/2016 - 10:12

In March of 2016, the State of Georgia expanded its legislation regarding ignition interlock devices, thereby improving safety for the public. This new law allows any first-time DUI offender to use an ignition interlock device. Since statistics show clearly that most first time DUI offenders have driven drunk many times before being caught, this new law goes a long way toward keeping habitual drunk drivers off the streets. 

Read more about this new law at the Georgia Mothers Against Drunk Drivers site, and at the Georgia General Assembly site. The Weinstein Firm and the people of the greater Atlanta Metro region are very thankful for the hard work these folks put forth in order to get this necessary legislation passed.