Nearly all traffic violations in Georgia can be classified as a criminal offense. Contact Georgia Traffic Attorney Adam D. Brown to have your traffic ticket reduced or dismissed.
Not only can a Georgia traffic ticket be expensive, it can also suspend your license or privilege to drive in Georgia.
Traffic lawyer Adam D. Brown is frequently asked what offenses will result in the suspension of a Georgia driver’s license.
There are several types of license suspensions, but all result in a person’s inability to operate a motor vehicle on Georgia’s roadways. The length of license suspension, and the conditions of the license suspension vary greatly.
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In some cases you may be eligible for a limited permit, or ignition interlock limited permit. Contact Gwinnett County, Georgia Traffic Lawyer Adam D. Brown today. (404) 883-8893.
***If you are an out-of-state driver, take comfort in the fact that Georgia is not able to suspend your home state’s license. However, Georgia can suspend you privilege to drive inside Georgia. Moreover, Georgia may report your Georgia conviction to your home state licensing authority, and then your home state may take action against your driver’s license.
Traffic Attorney Adam D. Brown has extensive experience defending out-of-state drivers charged with Georgia traffic offenses. If you are an out-of-state licensee, Adam will consult with attorneys in your home state at no additional expense to you, just to make sure that your Georgia traffic ticket is handled with the most up-to-date knowledge of your home state impacts.
Adam has an extensive network of attorneys to consult in every state, known through Adam’s commitment to the National College of DUI of Defense and other far-reaching bar associations.
Suspensions Because of Being Convicted of Something (“Conviction Suspension”)
- Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
- Driving with No Insurance, or Failure to Show Proof of Insurance
- Driving Vehicle with Revoked, Cancelled, or Suspended Registration
- Driving Under the Influence
- Child Endangerment
- Hit and Run or Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Violation of License Restriction (judge has discretion)
- Fleeing or Attempting to Elude
- Serious Injury by Vehicle
- Homicide by Vehicle – 1st Degree
- Homicide by Vehicle – 2nd Degree
- Feticide by Vehicle
- Refusal to Weigh
- Driving a vehicle during the commission of ANY felony
- Reckless Driving AND driver under 21 at time of conviction
- Aggressive Driving AND driver under 21 at time of conviction
- Improper Passing on a hill or curve AND driver under 21 at time of conviction
- Unlawful passing of a school bus AND driver under 21 at time of conviction
- Speeding by 24 mph or more AND driver under 21 at time of conviction
Suspensions due to Administrative Actions (“Administrative Suspension”)
- Refusing to submit to a requested state administered test in a DUI investigation
- Having a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit (legal limit depends on age and whether driving a commercial vehicle or not)
- Accumulation of 15 or more points in any consecutive 24-month period
- Accumulation of 4 or more points in any consecutive 12-month period AND driver under 18 at time of conviction
- Failure to Appear for Court
- Failure to pay Child Support as ordered
- Failure to pay a Super Speeder Fee
- Medical Revocation of License
Suspensions by Operation of Law
- ANY conviction for a moving violation while driving on a limited permit
- Being convicted of 3 “Habitual Violator Qualifying” offenses within a 5-year period
- Violating conditions of a limited driving permit