ATLANTA, Ga. Gwinnett County is responsible for more than half of the convictions for violations of law in Georgia that bans texting while driving.
Department of Driver Services spokeswoman Susan Sports says that by Sept. 1 there had been 3,062 convictions since the law was enacted on July 1, 2010. Gwinnett accounts for 1,822 of those.
There have been far fewer convictions in other nearby counties. DeKalb County has seen 29, Clayton has had 43, and Fulton has had 100.