Mitchell v. Georgia

Appellant Quinton Mitchell appealed the denial of his motion to suppress and his motions in limine. Mitchell was charged with driving under the influence (less safe) and failure to maintain lane. Because the trial court failed to require the proper foundation for the Romberg field sobriety test under Harper v. Georgia, 292 SE2d 389 (1982), the Georgia Supreme Court reversed on that ground. The Court affirmed the remainder of the trial court’s rulings. View "Mitchell v. Georgia" on Justia Law