I represent a client who was stopped while driving, for failure to maintain lane. His drivers license was checked by the law-enforcement officer and he was subsequently charged for driving with a suspended license.
My client stated that he did not know his drivers license had been suspended.

Driving privileges in the state of Georgia can be suspended for a variety of reasons. Persons convicted of DUI, or drug possession, will have their drivers license suspended. Also suspension can happen because of failure to pay fines, or accumulation of too many drivers penalty points.

Driving with a suspended license is a serious criminal charge in the state of Georgia. There is a minimum of $500 fine, and there is an additional six months of license suspension, that will be added to the already existing suspension.

Do not drive with a suspended license, and resist the urge to do so.

If you have been charged for driving with a suspended license, contact the drivers license defense attorney, Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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