If you are convicted of a DUI in Georgia, your driver’s license can be suspended for at least one year or longer, if you have a prior DUI. This can seriously impact your life, preventing you from being able to drive to work, to school, or even to the grocery store. Even if you do not have a Georgia drivers’ license, the state that issued you your driver’s license will likely impose the same penalty that Georgia does. A suspension in Georgia is effectively a suspension across the United States.
There are ways to prevent a license suspension. A good DUI lawyer may be able to get the charge dismissed. We critique every aspect of a DUI arrest, and we often find some fact or technicality that helps us beat the case. If we cannot beat the DUI, we can suggest outcomes that will let you keep your driver’s license. This may include a plea, but a plea should not be your goal.
If you are charged with a DUI, give us a call. We can help you beat the charge and keep your license.