Georgia DUI License Suspension
Helping You Keep Your Driver’s License After a DUI Arrest
If charged with DUI in Georgia, one of the most serious potential consequences you face is license suspension. License suspension can make it difficult or impossible for you to drive to work and go about your daily life.
I am George McCranie IV, a Coffee County suspended license attorney helping clients in southeast Georgia fight DUI charges in criminal and administrative proceedings. If you retain me as your lawyer, I will do whatever I can to help you keep your driver’s license.
Did the Police Give You a 10-Day Letter? If so, Call an Attorney Today.
If the police took your driver’s license during a DUI stop, they should have given you an administrative license suspension (ALS) letter. The ALS letter is also known as a 10-day letter. The letter provides information on how to request a driver’s license hearing from the Department of Driver Services (DDS).
Failure to request a hearing within the 10-day deadline and pay the court fees will result in license suspension.
Your hearing is your first opportunity to challenge the evidence against you. Even if you fail to keep your license at this stage, the statements made by law enforcement at the hearing may defeat your DUI charges and get your license back.
If the ALS court suspends your license, I can help you pursue a work permit so you can drive to work. I can also help you pursue early reinstatement of your license if you successfully complete a state-approved drug and alcohol class.
Contact a Douglas DUI Attorney
I commit myself to helping my clients avoid or reduce the serious consequences of losing their driving privileges. To discuss your license suspension, please contact my office at 912-DUI-ATTY or by e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation.