Any DUI arrest puts into motion a series of unpleasant consequences. The first possible consequence is the suspension of your license if you blow a .08 or above blood alcohol concentration or if you refuse state breath test. This suspension could last up to one year and is independent to your underlying DUI prosecution. There is a small window of time to apply for a hearing with the Georgia Department of Drivers Services (DDS) or have a ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle. Here at CAM LAW, we can guide you through option and often keep your license intact while we work on your criminal DUI defense.
Another serious consequence of a DUI arrest is the risk of conviction. A first offense DUI can actually put you in jail for up to a year if there are aggravating circumstances. A DUI conviction can be used against you as a prior offense on any repeat DUI charge and can create a serious barriers to future job prospects or professional license. For commercial drives, a DUI conviction can cause even more serious problems.
The type of DUI handled by CAM LAW are:
First Time DUI
Contact CAM LAW today to schedule your free consultation regarding a DUI.