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Georgia Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Information

Provided by Our Atlanta Criminal Defense Attorney


The Atlanta DUI attorneys at RIDLEY & PRYOR have represented hundreds of individuals accused of driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while impaired. Any person arrested for DUI is facing a serious criminal charge that has ramifications far beyond the criminal justice process. Your privilege to drive in the state of Georgia is at stake anytime you are arrested for DUI.

Generally, you have ten (10) days from your arrest to request an appeal hearing regarding your license suspension. Failure to request such a hearing may result in your license being suspended and your privilege to drive being revoked. Despite the seriousness of your charge, you have certain rights that should be protected and used to your benefit.

Call our Atlanta DUI lawyers for a confidential consultation regarding your matter or fill out an inquiry form online.  We look forward to representing you in the future.
John Ridley is an independent attorney, and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. is a professional corporation which employs an independent attorney. John Ridley and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. give independent legal advice, and nothing on this web site should be construed as representing that John Ridley and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. are a partnership under Georgia law.