According to the Georgia DUI DWI law,
an individual driving a vehicle can be subjected to a chemical test to determine the amount of alcohol consumed by them,
Driving while drunk with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level of 0.08% or more is illegal and is a punishable offense in Georgia.
State DUI/DWI laws:
Some of the laws supporting DUI/DWI are as follows:
- According to the law,
- any driver in Georgia should not refuse a chemical test.
- If done so, s/he needs to face some unpleasant consequences.
- Additionally, the prior DUI convictions recorded on the individual can be implied until ten years.