Attending client's administrative license suspension.

Or November 9, 2018:
I appeared with my client for an administrative license suspension hearing and Roswell, GA.

In the state of Georgia, if you are arrested and charged with DUI, you are given 10 business days to request a hearing and thereby prevent an automatic suspension of your driving privileges.
If you do not request the hearing within 10 business days, your license to drive in Georgia will be suspended.

The arresting officer did not show up for the hearing.  He called the judge to say that he had a personal emergency, so the case was continued until December 14 at 9:00 AM.
 
Previously, I had been able to get the court in Milton. GA. to agree to reduce my client's DUI charge to reckless driving.

My client will not lose his driving privileges, and a DUI will not be on his record at the Georgia Department of driver services.
  
My client’s DUI case will be resolved on December 3 in the Milton Municipal Court, with a plea to reckless driving.
Therefore, the administrative license hearing rescheduled for 14 December will be null and void.

This is another happy client with a very successful outcome negotiated by the Alpharetta, Georgia DUI defense attorney Scott Miller. 
You may call attorney Scott Miller today for a free consultation concerning DUI charges or any other traffic or criminal charges. 

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