Administrative License Suspension Avoided
Our client was in danger of having their Georgia driving privileges suspended after the arresting police officer said they refused to submit to a test of their breath, blood, urine or other bodily substance under Georgia's Implied Consent law. That would have meant a one-year hard suspension of our client's right to drive a motor vehicle in Georgia. But at the hearing before an Administrative Law Judge of the Office of State Administrative Hearings, held in the Rome Municipal Court of Floyd County, Georgia, we were able to get the Department of Driver Services' (DDS 1205) proposed suspension dismissed. Now, we're one step closer to helping our client get their life back. That's what we do. If you need help with a serious traffic or criminal matter, call us at 678-DUI-HELP (678-384-4357) or fill out our convenient contact form.
Practice area(s): DUI / DWI
Court: Office of State Administrative Hearings