Driving Under the Influence is a serious offense in Georgia. Penalties are harsher for drivers under the age of 21. Conviction of D.U.I. results in license suspension, monetary fines, and among other things, mandatory probation.

D.U.I. cases normally have two components: An administrative suspension and the underlying criminal case. After being charged with D.U.I., drivers typically receive an Administrative License Suspension which is effective within thirty (30) days unless challenged. You may request a hearing to challenge the suspension, but, among other requirements, the request must be made within ten (10) business days from date of arrest.

Mr. Smith is experienced in representing individuals charged with Driving Under the Influence, and offers a free consultation.






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