Waiting even a few days in Georgia will result in an automatic Administrative License Suspension. Your wait will also destroy our chances of collecting the very evidence that can win your DUI case. You have 10 days from the date of arrest before your Georgia driver’s license is automatically suspended for one year, unless you appeal. We can help you.
One of the most important things we do for you when you call about DUI is make sure that you are not going to miss a deadline for filing for your administrative license suspension hearing. We request the hearing in every case. The hearing will probably occur after 30 days, but our request for that hearing will prevent any suspension from going into effect until the actual status of your license is determined at your license suspension hearing. A win at this hearing will preserve your driving privileges until the resolution of your criminal case.
The DUI license suspension hearing is an opportunity to protect and serve you. We understand that you may not be ready to decide upon action or a lawyer. We help you as a potential client and prepare the letter for your license suspension appeal. We’ll do this without you becoming an actual client for a nominal fee of $55. We do not name ourselves as your attorney of record. This way, you don’t have to decide on a lawyer for the whole case. You may face the emergency by protecting your driver’s license while we have more time to talk and evaluate your case.
Mr. Cerbone was able to just take care of it. After meeting the first time to the last meeting, I was completely satisfied and totally taken care of. I have never been in trouble and understood nothing about the legal system, but with Jason, I didn’t really need to. I highly recommend Mr. Cerbone. From his fun and nice attitude to the way he handles his self in court room. Thank you so much! It is finally over. And I do not have a DUI. How awesome and relieved. — Amber