I appeared in Roswell City Count with my client to fight his ticket for driving an uninsured vehicle.
A conviction for driving an uninsured vehicle in Georgia is a criminal misdemeanor.
The conviction carries with it a fine of not less than $500, a drivers license suspension for 60 days, and possible jail time.
It is wise to check the expiration date on your proof of insurance card often, and pay for the new insurance policy as soon as it arrives.
At my client's court appearance, I presented evidence that the insurance has been reinstated. Then, following negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to get his charge dismissed.
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