GOHS Announces 2016 Mobilizations
It?s a good idea to drive safely everyday, however, drivers should use extra caution when driving during these dates. Encountering an unexpected roadblock, or being pulled over by an officer can be an extremely stressful event. In the state of Georgia, drivers can be arrested if they simply appear to be under the influence ? even their BAC test result is less than 0.08 grams ? due to the Less Safe law. Less Safe convictions need to be taken just as seriously as a DUI.
Drivers can empower themselves by being aware of increased police activity on our roads during specific times of the year. The dates for this year?s mobilizations include the:
One Hundred Days of Summer HEAT Traffic Enforcement Campaign, May 16-Sept 5, 2016
Memorial Day Click it or Ticket May 16-May 30, 2016 (National Mobilization)
Operation Zero Tolerance Fourth of July June 20-July 5, 2016
Operation Zero Tolerance Labor Day August 22-September 5, 2016 (National Mobilization)
Hands Across The Border August 29- September 2, 2016
Thanksgiving Click it or Ticket November 14- November 27, 2016
Operation Zero Tolerance Christmas/New Year’s December 16, 2015-January 4, 2017 (National Crackdown)
If you have been arrested for DUI and need help from an experienced DUI attorney, contact Christopher Chapman today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-389-4864. Chapman was included as one of the 10 Best DUI Attorneys for Client Satisfaction in the State of Georgia by the American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys. In addition to his more than 15 years as a DUI attorney, Chapman spent six years in law enforcement, including training and service in the DUI Task Force/ Heat Unit.
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