Just 20 miles away from downtown Atlanta, Roswell, Georgia is the eighth largest city in the state, one of the fifteen cities in Fulton County. Roswell King established the Roswell Manufacturing Company, building a mill which harnessed the power of the local rivers to make textiles. The city was founded by King, and later named for him. In 1864, Union General W.T. Sherman ordered his soldiers to torch the King Mill. The mill was rebuilt, only to be burned to the ground by lightning. Undaunted, the mill was rebuilt for the third time. The inventor of the sewing machine was an early resident of Roswell. Dr. Francis Goulding was also an author of children’s books, and, unfortunately is not associated with the sewing machine because he failed to obtain a patent.

The City of Roswell is home to twenty-two picturesque parks, and has been chosen twice by Atlanta Magazine as the best place to live in the Atlanta Metro area. According to City Crime Rankings, Roswell has been ranked on more than one occasion as one of the safest cities to live in the U.S. Roswell is easily accessible via the Georgia 400 corridor, and is within fifty miles of several well-known colleges and trade schools. With 200 employees, the Roswell Police Department serves a population of nearly 100,000, and is proud to say the property crime rate in Roswell is only 25 property crimes per 1,000 residents.
The Roswell PD is one of the fewer than 400 law enforcement agencies across the nation to receive national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. The RPD believes in maintaining high standards, paying attention to detail and always going the extra mile. The agency is also dedicated to the concept of Community Oriented Policing, which seeks input from community members on quality-of-life issues, as well as law enforcement.
At the beginning of 2015, the Mayor and City Council of Roswell approved a contract for the beginning design of a City Green Master Plan and Design Project. The project will create an active community space was well as a strong pedestrian connection between the municipal complex, the Heart of Roswell Park, Canto Street and the commercial and residential areas in the historic district of Roswell. Elements of the plan include an outdoor event garden and transportation improvements at the Magnolia/Canton Street intersection.

Getting Legal Help Following Your Roswell DUI Arrest
Getting arrested for DUI can be a humiliating, anxiety-producing experience. If you find yourself in this position, you may be very worried about how the arrest and potential conviction will affect your employment, your community life, your home life and your future. You may have simply been out enjoying the evening with friends or family members, and may not have thought you had too much to drink.

If the officer arrested you based on a field sobriety test or a Breathalyzer test, an experienced Roswell DUI attorney will fully understand just how unreliable these tests can be. Melanie Ellwanger is a knowledgeable, proactive DUI attorney, who believes in second chances. Melanie will work hard on your behalf for the very best outcome possible following your Roswell DUI charges. Available 24/7, Melanie Ellwanger offers responsive, experienced legal help following your Roswell DUI arrest. Call 404-803-3105 today to speak to Melanie about your charges.