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When arrested for a DUI the police officer typically takes the physical license of the driver. The form 1205 given by the police officer serves as a thirty day temporary permit. This gives the charged the opportunity to request an adminstrative hearing. It is common for clients not to act quickly and request a hearing [...]
Under Georgia State Law, if you have been charged with a DUI or you have refused to be tested for alcohol, the suspension of your driver's license and your right to drive will be suspended for one year automatically. You have ten days to request an administrative hearing to preserve some driving rights until your case is adjudicated. Your action is important.
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out how we can help you with this process.