William C Head
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William C Head

5590 Roswell Road, Suite 210
Sandy Springs, GA 30342

Phone: 404-567-5515

Website: https://www.bubbahead.com

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About William C Head

Georgia DUI lawyer William C. Head is a criminal defense attorney in Atlanta GA and personal injury lawyer with 41 years of litigation experience. The Atlanta DUI attorney has authored or co-authored over a dozen drunk driving books, and is a Board Certified DUI lawyer by the NCDD.com in DUI Defense. Best Lawyers in America, Martindale-Hubbell av preeminent, and Super Lawyers have recognized his expertise in impaired driving defense as best DUI lawyer Atlanta. In 1991, he an the late Reese Joye co-authored 101 Ways to AVOID a Drunk Driving Conviction. The book was the first of its kind to informed accused drunk drivers of their legal rights and explained how to beat a DUI in Court. The Georgia DUI attorney launched the National College for DUI Defense with Larry Taylor, the late Reese Joye and Don Nichols, and (in 1994) launched national DUI lawyer training for field sobriety tests and for comprehensive breath alcohol testing in 1996. In 2007 and 2008, the DUI attorney sponsored high-level training for DUI attorneys in forensic laboratory testing and trial training. Criminal Defense Lawyer Bubba Head is law partners with NCDD members Larry Kohn, DUI attorney Atlanta and ex-cop turned DUI defense lawyer Cory Yager. The DUI law firm in Atlanta handles approximately 400 criminal cases per year, with about 80% being driving under the influence (DUI-DWI) cases, felony or misdemeanor. His website has copious amounts of relevant information on challenging the Georgia implied consent law, Romberg test evidence, standardized field sobriety test evidence, the breathalyzer, a blood alcohol test and explaining trial techniques that win. His firm handles ALS (administrative license suspension hearings, pretrial suppression motions and DUI trials. The Georgia lawyer has handled over 200 appeals of criminal and civil cases. Olevik - GA Breath Test Case - Important new Legal Precedent In Olevik v. State, ____ Ga. ____, 806 S.E.2d 505 (2017), [also known as Plevik v. State] the Supreme Court of Georgia overruled dozens of prior appellate cases in concluding that the Georgia Constitution’s protection against compelled self-incrimination protects against compelled breath tests. In Georgia, a post-arrest request (under Georgia implied consent law) for one or more types of forensic tests. Breath, blood or urine can be the type of test demanded. [Click graphic below for News Video about Olevik case]. In the Olevik case, new analysis was undertaken of the Georgia Constitution, within Art. 1, Section 1, Paragraph 16. In the State Constitution, an arrested DUI suspect has the right to refuse to submit to such post-arrest testing of breath alcohol, because alcohol-laced breath --- being derived from deep lung air deep within the human body --- requires physical acts to produce. The resulting “evidence” from a forensic, breath-alcohol device test, is the sole evidence in the DUI-alcohol per se (over the legal limit) case. This is tantamount to “testimony,” in GA

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