Next, the judge will normally ask how you want to take a plea. Typically, the options are guilty, not guilty, and “nolo contendere” (no contest). Although some defendants might want to plead guilty and get it over with, most will enter a not-guilty plea at the arraignment. At this initial point in your case, a not-guilty plea just allows you to keep your options open—which is normally the best tact. Call Bobe & Snell Law Office LLC at (470) 268-5802 If you are looking for an experienced and reliable DUI attorney to handle your DUI case.