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The Two-Track DUI Defense You Need In Georgia

The criminal charges are only half the battle when you are charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Georgia. The administrative process is just as important. It is possible to win your criminal case but still be left without a driver’s license due to a failure to resolve the administrative component of your DUI. The best way to protect your rights, your reputation and your driving privileges is to make sure you have an experienced attorney on your side.

In McDonough and surrounding areas of Butts, Henry and Spaulding counties, you can rely on Miller & Key for the thorough defense you need. Our firm’s attorneys are skilled trial lawyers with experience navigating all aspects of DUI defense.

What Is An Administrative License Suspension?

The suspension of your driver’s license has nothing to do with the result of your criminal DUI case. In fact, you cannot afford to wait and see how your criminal case shakes out if your goal is to protect your driver’s license. Your license will be automatically suspended pending the result of your administrative hearing.

Time Is Of The Essence

You only have 10 business days after a DUI to request a hearing to appeal your suspension. Our team can handle everything from your 10-day letter to any necessary appeals. We can handle your administrative license suspension defense alongside your criminal case, taking care of all your legal and administrative issues so you can focus on getting your life back together after a DUI arrest.

License suspensions can easily lead to additional charges for driving with a suspended license. Your best course of action is to get your administrative and criminal defense started today. Call 770-627-0790 for a free consultation.