Carry the following Driver's Rights Card with you at all times. If you are stopped by the police, hand the officer the card. Let the card speak for you. Do not read it to the officer. Remember, the police have power, but their power is limited by your rights if you assert them.
IF YOU ARE STOPPED BY THE POLICE, WILL YOU KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS?
If you are stopped by the police and the officer asks for information other than your driver's license and proof of insurance, you should hand him the attached card. Remain silent and answer no questions. This card will not prevent a drunk driver from being caught and arrested. Physical signs of impairment might exist that will allow an officer to prove a "less safe" DUI case. Do not expect this card to solve all your problems.
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NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
information provided is intended to educate the Georgia motoring public
about their rights. It is not
legal advice and should not be taken as such.
It is not intended to aid drunk drivers in avoiding punishment. If you have been arrested, contact a lawyer immediately in
order to preserve these and other valuable legal rights. DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO REPRESENT YOURSELF.