Dawsonville Woman Crashes Car
A woman from Dawsonville was arrested Saturday afternoon after she crashed her car into a sign, overturned, and struck a tree in downtown Dawsonville. Tammy Kramer, 51, was transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center with injuries that were not deemed life threatening.
According to Georgia State Patrol spokeswoman Robin Stone, Kramer admitted to driving the car, but she claimed to not remember crashing. Kramer was ultimately charged with DUI and more charges may be forthcoming.
In addition to wrecking her car, officers made note that Kramer’s tires were worn so low that they were not street legal.
The investigation into the accident showed that Kramer was attempting to turn onto Highway 9 South. While negotiating the turn, she ran off the road and onto the shoulder, vaulting over a road sign. The vehicle landed on its front end, overturned, and came to rest on its roof and against a tree.
While we do not know what Kramer does for a living, or if she is employed, it is important to point out that being arrested and subsequently convicted of a DUI can have a dramatic impact on your life. Not only is the charge a source of embarrassment, but it could cost you your reputation and job.
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, call our office immediately. Hawkins Spizman Fortas has years of experience defending DUI cases, and we are ready to put our extensive knowledge to work for you. Let us help protect and restore your reputation and lessen the impact of your charges on other facets of your life. Browse our website for more information or call our offices today for a free case evaluation. The time to begin putting your life back together is now.