Alpharetta, Georgia attorney Scott Miller reviews loss of drivers license for DUI in Georgia.

The laws of the state of Georgia provide that anyone convicted of DUI, "driving under the influence", will have his or her drivers license either suspended or revoked. The suspension is for 120 days to five years. The length of suspension or revocation depends upon the drivers record of the person convicted.

It is possible to receive a limited driving permit in Georgia, however the destinations that the suspended person would be able to drive to are limited. A person with a limited permit would be permitted to drive to their place of employment, or to receive medical attention, and to receive prescription drugs. If the suspended person would be allowed to drive to any school they are attending, or to meetings and classes for alcohol and drug abuse support programs.
This limited permit can be revoked if the driver is found guilty of driving to locations that are not prescribed.

If you have questions about the above, or if you need assistance with a DUI charge, or a limited driving permit, contact the DUI defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia, for a free consultation.          770-408-1001

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