DUI consequences in Georgia can be rather harsh and there’s a lot of collateral consequences. After a conviction for DUI you could receive a license suspension, you can’t travel to Canada for 10 years, you can’t rent a car. You’re going to have trouble keeping a job where you drive a company car or getting a job where you have a company car. You may lose your car insurance. In any event, your car insurance is going way up. This is going to be on your record permanently if you get convicted with DUI for the rest of your life.
So how do you avoid all of those collateral DUI consequences? The only way to avoid having a DUI stay off your record in Georgia is to fight your case and win. You fight your case and win then your record will be restricted. And there are lots of different ways to fight your case. And that’s what we do here we look for ways to fight your case.