It seems everyone has been arrested for a DUI. Wole Ralph, the vice chairman for the Clayton Co. Commission and recipient of the Community Champion Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), has been arrested for DUI. Mr. Ralph had denied the charges.
The arrest occurred on Saturday, February 19. Atlanta police offers say they observed his car driving recklessly after leaving a bowling alley.
The law enforcement officers report that upon pulling his car over, Mr. Ralph did not cooperate with him or participate in any field sobriety testing. It is reported that he refused to take the breath test.
Mr. Ralph is certainly not the first politician to be arrested for DUI. Keep in mind that former president George W. Bush plead guilty to a 1976 DUI in Maine. Former vice president Dick Cheney was arrested for DUI, not once, but twice, when he was in his early 20s.
If you are facing a DUI charge, call a DUI attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights and your driving privileges. Call Roswell DUI lawyer Richard Lawson today for a free consult. He has 15 years experience successfully trying DUI cases.