About the Authors

Richard N. Blevins, Jr. is a DUI Defense lawyer in Marietta, Georgia.  He is a former Assistant District Attorney with the Cobb Judicial Circuit and Assistant Solicitor General with the Cobb County Solicitor’s Office.  He is also a former police officer with the DeKalb County Police Department, Milledgeville Police Department, and Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office.  Richard has over 1,000 hours of training as a police officer.  Prior to being a police officer, Richard served in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps as a criminal investigator and traffic accident investigator in Berlin, Germany and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. He is a member of both the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  He is also a member of the National College of DUI Defense and the Cobb Bar Association Criminal Defense Section.  He is state certified in field sobriety testing and Intox 5000 as an operator.  He is also NHTSA certified in DUI Detection and Field Sobriety Testing.


Allen Trapp is a DUI defense lawyer in Carrollton, Georgia. He is board certified in DUI Defense by the National College for DUI Defense. He is a member of both that National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, which he currently serves as vice president.  He won the 2005 DUI Lawyer of the year from Georgia DODD (Defense of Drinking Drivers), and in 2009 was Selected as a Georgia Super Lawyer. He has also been trained in Field Sobriety Testing and the DRE program. He is one of only a few lawyers who owns both the Intox 5000 and the Alcosensor IV.  His book “Georgia DUI Survival Guide” was released in the summer of 2009, and he has been invited to serve on the faculty of DUI seminars not only in Georgia but also in Texas, Wyoming, Massachusetts, and Arizona over the past five years.

Written by Allen Trapp who is board certified by the National College for DUI Defense and the author of Georgia DUI Survival Guide Visit Website

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