Loss of Georgia drivers license for anyone failing to appear in court, explained by Alpharetta, GA. attorney Scott Miller.

The laws of the state of Georgia allow for the loss of a defendant's drivers license, if he or she fails to appear in court or if he or she fails to respond to the traffic citation.
This suspension, will take place 28 days after the department of driver services, receives notice about the failure to appear.

The defendant's drivers license may also be suspended if he or she does not pay a fine for a traffic citation.
The defendant's drivers license can be reinstated after the  unpaid fine is paid along with any additional fees or fines.

If you have questions about the above, or if you have had your drivers license suspended for failure to appear, or failure to pay a fine for traffic citation, contact the ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia, for a free consultation. 770-408-1001


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