Will You Keep Your Driver’s License After A DUI?
Not only will a DUI conviction lead to significant fines, but it also is among the leading reasons for license suspension and revocation in Georgia. Even a first-time DUI offense can leave you without transportation for a full year. At Adam J. Harkness, I can help you maintain your freedom.
As an experienced criminal defense attorney who has spent his life in northeast Georgia, I can tell you firsthand about the impact license revocation has on people’s livelihoods. From getting to work to picking up your children, life comes to a quick halt. Let me help you find a better future.
Fighting License Suspension And Revocation
In Georgia, a suspension for DUI can last anywhere from four months to five years. If the court chooses to suspend or revoke your driver’s license, you have options. When you sit down with me, I will help you explore those options, including:
- Limited driving permits
- Ignition interlock devices
- DUI, alcohol or drug use risk reduction
- Substance abuse treatment
The length of your license suspension and the options available for you to recover it will vary based upon the severity of your DUI offense, your criminal history and other factors. Access a thorough evaluation from someone who truly understands what is at stake for you.
Trust Me To Protect Your Future
As a highly experienced defense attorney, I can help you protect your rights. As your neighbor, I am committed to providing you with the best legal assistance possible. To speak with me about your needs, call my office in Demorest at 706-778-2326.