Depending on the type of offense, a DUI charge may or may not be a felony. A person who is arrested for a DUI for the first time is usually charged with a misdemeanor. In contrast, anyone who kills or seriously injures someone under the influence will be charged with a felony. In Georgia, there are several ways to face DUI felony charges. In the event of a repeat offense, you could face a fine of up to 10,000 and up to five years in prison after a fourth DUI conviction within ten years. No matter if a person has a prior conviction, operating a school bus under the influence with or without students may result in a DUI felony charge. A person who drives under the influence of alcohol or drugs and endangers a child while doing so may be charged with a child endangerment DUI. DUIs aren’t always felonies; the amount of damage done and your criminal record are determining factors. If you have been charged with felony DUI, which is an offense you should not overlook, you will need the assistance of an Atlanta DUI attorney.
The answer may depend on the specific circumstances of your fall, but in general, you may be able to sue a store for causing a fall if the store was negligent in some way. For example, if the store knew or should have known about a dangerous condition on the premises and did not take