In order to get your driver's license back you are going to have to take care of the DUI. If you haven't been to any hearings it is possible there is a warrant out for your arrest. I would hire a criminal defense attorney or call the public defender's office to see if they will represent you. They will be able to advise you what your best course of action is based on the current status of your case.
First, call the public defender's office and see if they actually represent you. They should also be able to tell you if you have missed any court dates. Given that two years have expired, it sounds like you may have missed a date, and a bench warrant might have been issued for your arrest. The public defenders office might be able to help you get that lifted. If they do not represent you, you should look into hiring a DUI lawyer immediately. Get this behind you. If there is a warrant for your arrest, they will eventually come and pick you up. It's not a pleasant experience when this happens. They police hardly ever come to arrest you at convenient time. Work out the bench warrant on your terms. A lawyer can usually help you accomplish that. Good luck! For more information regarding DUI related issues please feel free to check out my website. As for lawyer referrals, I would suggest Mary Stanley in Macon or Pete Young in Augusta. Good luck!
I cannot completely agree with the first answer in that you license may not be suspended at all, he suspension may only be an administrative suspension. You may contact DDS to actually determine if a suspension exists and what you must do for re-instatement. If the criminal case is still pending, you should contact the PD.
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