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  • State v. J.C. – .157 breath test

    J.C. was arrested after a Cobb County motorcycle officer clocked him driving 105 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone.  J.C. was arrested after the officer noticed signs of impairment including slurred speech, an unsteady walk, a strong odor of alcohol, and bloodshot eyes.  J.C. failed field... Read On

  • State v. J.W. – Vehicular Homicide

    J.W. was arrested after causing a fatal accident on Five Forks Trickum Road in Gwinnett County.  He had fallen asleep and drifted into the oncoming lane, and hit an oncoming car, killing its passenger.  J.W. was a City of Lawrenceville employee, and lost his job a result of the offense.  Mr. Rycz... Read On

  • State v. K.N. – DUI and Possession of Controlled Substances

    K.N. was arrested for DUI and Possessing Controlled Substances.  After an officer pulled her over on I-285 at I-75, K.N. showed manifestations of intoxication, and the officer arrested her.  She was under 21 and registered .055 on the breathalyzer test (the legal limit for under-21 drivers is .02... Read On

  • State v. T.R.- Refusal and Speeding

    T.R. was pulled over for speeding and weaving.  At a motion to suppress hearing, Mr. Ryczek challenged the officer's training, and the revealed that he did not know how to properly administer field sobriety evaluations.  Rather than taking the case to trial, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss T.R.'... Read On

  • State v. M.F. – DUI Refusal & Driving on a Suspended License

    M.F. was pulled over for weaving.  Upon checking M.F.'s license, the officer found that M.F's license was suspended for pleading guilty to a drug charge several months prior to the DUI arrest.  (Mr. Ryczek successfully appealed the drug conviction, and eventually achieved a dismissal on the drug ... Read On

  • Successful Defense Attorney in Atlanta

    Rick Ryczek has an extended track record of successful defenses. A long history of awards an noteworthy judgments speak to Rick's experience and ability to tackle the most complicated case. Rick's approach can be best be described as follows: Informed Determined Knowledgeable Successful ... Read On

  • State v. D.G. – .084 breath test

    A city of Lawrenceville officer stopped D.G. for driving in the turn lane in excess of 300 feet “from the next possible left turn.”  The law states that motorists may not drive in the turn lane more than 300 feet.  Mr. Ryczek proved that every point on that particular road provided motorists the ... Read On

  • State v. M.D. – .146 breath test

    Responding to a call of domestic violence, a City of Suwanee Police Officer pulled over M.D. as she was exiting an apartment complex parking lot.  M.D. told the officer that she had gotten into a “physical argument” at the Wild Wing restaurant then retracted her statement.  The officer smelled al... Read On

  • State v. J.G. – .219 breath test/Accident

    J.G.'s car was involved in a one-car accident in front of his apartment complex.  When the officer's arrived, J.G. was inside his apartment, and gave conflicting statements as to whether he was driving.  Mr. Ryczek took the case to trial and uncovered several mistakes that the prosecutor made.  D... Read On

  • State v. B.S. – .088 breath test

    A State Patrol Officer pulled over B.S. for making a wide right turn in Buckhead.  He admitted to having consumed a few beers, and agreed to field sobriety evaluations.  The trooper indicated that B.S. failed the field sobriety evaluations, and arrested him for DUI and took him to the City of Atl... Read On

  • State v. L.M. – Battery

    L.M. was arrested after returning a rental truck to the rental agency.  L.M. perceived that the agent overcharged her and a physical altercation occurred.  Mr. Ryczek convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the charges. Read On

  • State v. P.B. – DUI Refusal

    P.B. was pulled over for making a wide right-hand turn.  P.B., a lawyer, and knowing his right to refuse testing declined to perform field sobriety tests, and declined breath testing.  Mr. Ryczek convinced the prosecutor to dismiss the case for lack of evidence. Read On

  • State v. H.C. – DUI Marijuana

    A State Patrol officer arrested H.C. on New Year's Eve in Gwinnett County for Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana.  After pulling H.C. over for speeding the trooper smelled a strong odor of marijuana from H.C.'s car.  H.C. agreed to perform field sobriety evaluations.  Although the tests tha... Read On

  • State v. K.W. – .140 breath test

    K.W. was arrested by a Snellville Police officer after the officer saw K.W. run a stop sign and hit a passing vehicle.  The officer responded to the scene of the accident and noticed K.W. had symptoms of intoxication including a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, and that he was unsteady on ... Read On

  • State v. J.W. – Refusal 2nd in 5, DUI

    J.W. was arrested in Snellville after an officer noticed that his tag light was out.  Upon reaching the car, the officer noticed that J.W. had bloodshot and watery eyes, and that he had slow-thick speech.  J.W. admitted that he had three to four beers earlier in the evening and the officer report... Read On

  • State v. W.J. – Criminal trespass (Police Officer Defendant)

    W.J., a law enforcement officer, was involved in a messy divorce.  His ex-wife eventually convinced a judge to issue a restraining order against W.J.  After one year, the restraining order expired and W.J. appeared at the ex-wife's church multiple times.  Each time, the pastor told W.J. not to re... Read On

  • State v. S.G. – Refusal/Driving the wrong way on a one-way street

    A Gwinnett County police officer stopped S.G. for driving the wrong way on a one-way street to get to the Waffle House.  S.G. admitted to drinking a few beers, and performed field sobriety evaluations.  Although the officer claimed that S.G. failed the field sobriety evaluations, he testified poo... Read On

  • State v. H.M. – .105 breath test & Furnishing alcohol to a minor

    A Walton County Sheriff's Deputy caught an underage boy drinking at a local bar, and the boy pointed out H.M., his girlfriend, as the one who furnished the alcohol.  The deputy approached H.M. and asked for her license.  She responded by telling the officer the license was in her truck.  The depu... Read On

  • State v. E.S. – Aggravated Stalking

    E.X.'s husband and his new wife obtained a restraining order against E.S. While the restraining order was in effect, the new wife claimed that E.S. threatened her and attacked her.  The Judge granted Mr. Ryczek's pretrial motion to exclude evidence regarding an altercation that E.S. had with a po... Read On

  • State v. S.L. – Felony Theft by Taking $32,000

    S.L. was a partner in a medical supply business.  However, the alleged victims claimed that she was an employee.  She allegedly diverted payments to her personal accounts instead of the business accounts.  Mr. Ryczek assisted another lawyer in getting this case dismissed due to statute of limitat... Read On

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