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Philip Cerbone - WWII medals

WW II vet Philip Cerbone died Tuesday, part of D-Day warriors Submitted by Jan Skutch on Wed, 2014-03-26 09:41 We lost another of our WW II veterans – America’s Greatest Generation –  yesterday when Philip Cerbone died at the Azalealand Nursing Home at age 93. Cerbone was among the warriors who stormed the beaches at […]

Not guilty to DUI in one hour

Not guilty to DUI less safe in one hour

“I’m so nervous,” he said. “They have a verdict in one hour…Is that good?” “I don’t know,” I said, “I’ve seen it go both ways.” The Clerk of the Chatham County State Court read the verdict: “For the charge of DUI less safe, we the jury find the defendant, Mr. B not guilty.” He grabbed […]

Not guilty to DUI in Chatham County Georgia

Not guilty - DUI less safe - Savannah, Georgia by Jason Cerbone, DUI Defense Lawyer

In the State Court of Chatham County Georgia, the jury gave the verdict: Not guilty to DUI, less safe (alcohol) 40-6-391(a)(1). The charge for no headlights was dismissed. Calvin was asleep when the phone rang. Kat and Mike needed a ride home. He had been with them earlier. He had gone downtown in Savannah around seven […]

DUI to Failure to use due care Chatham County

DUI reduced to Failure to use due care by Jason Cerbone, DUI attorney in Savannah Georgia

The marvelous thing is that it’s over without a quarrel.  Here is the Chatham County court judgment: DUI refusal reduced to Failure to use due care in Chatham County   In the Pooler Municipal Court of Chatham County, Georgia my client (we’ll call him Joe) was charged with DUI less safe – 40-6-391(a)(1), and Failure to maintain […]

DUI .113 reduced to Speeding in Liberty County

DUI down to speeding - Jason Cerbone - Savannah DUI Defense Lawyer

Here is the Liberty County court judgment: DUI reduced to Speeding in Liberty County   In the State Court of Liberty County my client (we’ll call him Joe) was charged with DUI less safe – 40-6-391(a)(1), DUI .08 grams or more – 40-6-391(a)(5), and Speeding. He pleaded guilty to just the speeding charge. The DUI less […]

DUI down to reckless in Effingham County

DUI reduced to reckless driving in Effingham County by Jason Cerbone, DUI lawyer in Savannah Georgia

Here is the real court judgment: Third DUI reduced to reckless driving in Effingham County   In the State Court of Effingham County, Georgia my client (we’ll call him Joe) was charged with Driving under the influence – 40-6-391 (DUI less safe refusal), Failure to maintain lane – 40-6-48, and Too fast for conditions – 40-6-180. […]

DUI refusal dismissed in Bryan County

DUI refusal dismissed in Bryan County by Jason Cerbone, DUI lawyer in Savannah, Georgia

Here is the Bryan County court judgment: DUI refusal dismissed in Bryan County John was asleep when the Richmond Hill police officer found him. He was sleeping in his truck at the Richmond Hill police station parking lot. He had been there for several hours when a police officer banged on the glass and woke him […]

DUI .136 dropped for Gulfstream engineer

DUI dropped by Jason Cerbone, Savannah DUI attorney

Here is the actual court judgment:  DUI dropped for Gulfstream engineer.  Jake is a Gulfstream engineer. His career in the Aviation industry would be gone if he got a DUI on his record. Jake’s life would have been ruined if we gave up. So, I fought Jake’s case like I was fighting for my family. […]

Not guilty to DUI .183 for Army specialist

Not guilty to DUI .183 for Army specialist by Jason Cerbone DUI attorney expert in Savannah, Georgia

Here is the actual court judgment: Not guilty to DUI .183 for Army specialist Kori was arrested by  a Georgia State Patrol Officer in Long County, Ludowici, Georgia. She was charged with DUI, alcohol, less safe 40-6-391(a)(1) .183 blood alcohol content; Possession of open container in vehicle passenger area 40-6-253; and Failure to maintain lane 40-6-48.  In […]

DUI blood test dismissed in Chatham County

Amy pleads DUI down to Reckless driving in Pooler GA with Jason Cerbone - Savannah DUI lawyer

Here is the actual court judgment: Amy pleads DUI down to reckless driving in the Municipal Court of Pooler Amy was afraid.  If she were to be convicted of DUI, she could have been discharged from the U.S. Army. She could have lost her security clearance, and she could have lost her high ranking position. […]