For a first DUI conviction within five years in the state of Georgia, you should be eligible for a limited driving permit. If it is a second DUI conviction within five years, you will not be able to drive for 120 days or more. After the 120 day license suspension, you may become eligible for an ignition interlock permit. This permit only allows very limited driving for twelve months.
If you are facing a third DUI conviction within five years, you can expect to lose your driving privileges for five years. After two years, you may be eligible for a probationary license. This is similar to a limited permit.
All of the above assumes that you have not been administratively suspended for refusing the state-administered testing of your blood alcohol level.
If you have been charged with DUI-DWI, call today to speak to a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer in your area. Submit your case details, call 1-844-TEAM-DUI (1-844-832-6384) or contact Georgia DUI defense lawyer Allen Trapp directly.
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