Appealing a License Suspension Protecting Your Individual Rights

Appealing Your Administrative License Suspension

Assistance from a Trusted Atlanta DUI Attorney

Those charged with DUI in Georgia have 30 calendar days to request a hearing with the Department of Driver Services (DDS) and make your case against their administrative license suspension (ALS). For those charged with DUI—especially for the first time—this a troubling, stressful time and that 30 calendar day window is easy to miss.

At Willis Law Firm, their team understands how important it is for most people to retain their driving privileges while they await their DUI trial. That is why they offer affordable and streamlined assistance with appealing your ALS. Not only do they act quickly on your behalf, but do so for no additional cost to you.

Fight for your driving privileges today. Contact the firm to speak to a dedicated Atlanta DUI lawyer for assistance.

Our Firm's Approach to Your Case

According to Georgia Law, those accused of a DUI have 30 calendar​ days from the time of their arrest to appeal their ALS with a DDS hearing. To do so requires sending a $150 filing fee, along with letters seeking the appeal.

Willis Law Firm offers assistance with this process for only $157: $150 for the DDS filing fee and $7 for the certified mail cost. They not only mail, but fax the filing documents to DDS, so those appealing can rest assured that the necessary documents arrive immediately and the 30 calendar day requirement is satisfied.

Contact a Trusted Atlanta DUI Defense Firm 24/7!

Willis Law Firm offer this appeals filing assistance as a no-obligation service. However, if you are looking for further assistance with their ALS appeal or your upcoming criminal trial, they can help. Their seasoned legal team brings more than 20 years of experience to their cases and are prepared to help navigate your DUI charge to its best possible conclusion both in and out of the courtroom.

Need more answers? Contact the firm today to set up a free case evaluation.

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  • 1) DUI less-safe, 2) Reckless Driving, 3) Failure to Maintain Lane, 4) Failure to Obey Authorized Person Directing Traffic Charges Reduced to Reckless Driving
  • 1) DUI per se, 2) DUI less-safe, 3) Failure to Maintain Lane, 4) Reckless Driving Client Acquitted of DUI
  • 1) DUI, 2) Speeding, 3) Failure to Maintain Lane DUI was reduced to reckless driving
  • 1) Failure to maintain lane 2) Failure to obey traffic-control device, 3) DUI DUI and failure to maintain lane dismissed
  • 1) Failure to Maintain Lane, 2) Driver’s License not on person, 3) Reckless Driving, 4) DUI less-safe All Charges Dismissed
  • 1) Impeding the flow of traffic, 2) DUI less-safe All Charges Dismissed
  • Anonymous Tip About an Impaired Driver All Charges Dismissed
  • Attorney Faces DUI with BAC Twice the Legal Limit Case dismissed
  • Blood Test Shows Presence of Cannabinoids and THC Metabolites Not guilty of DUI-Drugs
  • Charges Dismissed Despite a Blood Test Charges Dismissed


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