An out-of-state DUI can be more devastating to a Georgia driver than a DUI charge in Georgia. If you plead to or are convicted of the out-of-state DUI, your Georgia driver's license will be suspended and you will not be able to get it back until you go through both states' clearance procedures. New provisions may allow you to seek a limited permit in some cases.
We can help you know the license consequences you will be facing when dealing with an out-of-state DUI charge.
Before you plead to or go to trial on an out-of-state DUI, be sure you consult with a Georgia DUI Lawyer.