Recently, in Roswell, GA police arrested a woman for going 90 mph with a toddler on the back seat of her car according to reports. On December 16, a DUI officer with a radar gun clocked Angela Renee Bell, 38, of Flowood Mississippi, with going 90 in a 65 at 3am. When she was pulled over, the DUI officer reported that he smelled the odor of alcohol coming from her breath. The driver admitted that she had consumed some beers earlier. According to reports, Ms. Bell participated in field sobriety tests and was subsueqently arrested for DUI based on her performance and the manifestions of intoxication the DUI officer observed. She took a breath test and tests a .164 according to reports. There were two passengers in the car, an adult make and a 17 month old in the back seat. The presence of a toddler leads to a more serious DUI- child endangerment charge which makes the minimum fines, jail time, and license suspension implications substantially worse.
If you are facing a DUI charge in Cobb County / Marietta, call Cobb County DUI lawyer Richard S. Lawson today for a free case consultation. You have nothing to lose and our office is open 24/7 to assist you. Mr. Lawson and his team of Cobb DUI lawyers have years experience getting people great results on their DUI cases. We can help you get the best possible outcome.