If you are charged with DUI in Georgia, even if you have not yet been convicted, your driver’s license will be automatically suspended 31 days following the date of your arrest, for a period of one to five years, depending on your record. However, if you ask for an administrative hearing within ten days of your DUI arrest, you will have a chance to prevent this automatic suspension.
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