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Multiple-vehicle crash leaves 1 facing DUI charges

On Behalf of | Mar 25, 2022 | Dui Defense |

The idea of being involved in a collision can be a stressful concept, and the average person might not know how best to respond should the unthinkable occur. Even if the crash leaves a person shaken up or unnerved, leaving the scene may never be advisable and may only act to increase suspicion of further wrongdoing. A recent car accident involving up to five vehicles altogether has reportedly left a woman in Georgia facing DUI charges.

Reports of the crash

Authorities say they responded to reports of a multiple-vehicle crash on a recent Saturday morning. The incident reportedly took place when a driver lost control of her vehicle and crashed into another vehicle. This prompted a collision involving up to five vehicles, and authorities say the woman initially fled the scene of the crash only to pull over down the road and call for aid.

Law enforcement agents advised that at least one person had to be rescued from within one of the vehicles involved and transported to a medical facility for treatment. No further information was provided as to how authorities came to suspect the presence of impairment or if field sobriety or breath tests were administered. However, reports indicate that the driver of the first vehicle is facing charges for driving while under the influence.

DUI charges

Facing DUI charges can be stressful enough as is, and those who stand accused of similar offenses might not always be prepared to make informed decisions about their situation. Fortunately, one does not have to face this alone, as there are attorneys in Georgia who can evaluate the charges and evidence against a person and provide insight on the best course of action with which to proceed. An attorney can help a client better understand his or her legal rights and options and assist in creating a plan with which to seek the most favorable outcome possible during subsequent court proceedings.


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