Understanding the Georgia DUI process.
The Georgia law requires that anyone arrested for DUI will have their drivers license suspended.  If this happens, that person will be unable to drive while the DUI case is pending, and it makes its way through the court.
This automatic suspension of your driving privileges may be avoided by, your lawyers filing an administrative license suspension letter.
This filing must be done within the window of time specified by the law, which is ten days from the time of the DUI arrest.

If the ALS hearing letter is not filed within the proper time your drivers license will be suspended after thirty days.
If you refused to submit to the DUI testing, your license will be suspended for a period of one year and you will be ineligible for a restricted drivers license.

If you have questions about DUI, or you have been charged with DUI, contact the DUI defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, GA. for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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