Talk to a criminal defense attorney in Georgia about the process.
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This should help: http://www.dds.ga.gov/drivers/dldata.aspx?con=1746571757&ty=dlAsk a similar question
Cal the Department of Motor Vehicles in Georgia or go to a local office to see where you stand.
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Let's talk it out and/or I could refer you to another criminal defense attorney to assist you with this stale malum prohibitum offense.
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Call the department of motor vehicle safety to discuss the current status of your license. Give yourself some time, as you may be on hold for a while. They can tell you what their records show in terms of reinstatement requirements and/or whether enough time has lapsed to the point that you need to re-take your drivers test. Going to the local licensing office can do the same, but calling will save you some time.
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Contact your State Department of Motor Vehicles and advise them you have paid for all fines and probation and, I assume, have paid for all of the damages you caused while uninsured.They can tell you how to reinstate your license.
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The telephone number for the Department of Drivers Services is (678) 413-8400. A consult with a local attorney may help as well. Many attorneys that practice drivers license law will know how to contact one of the attorneys for the department that may help answer your question if the direct phone line or the website listed by other attorneys do not yield any results. I would be happy to consult with you regarding this issue. Good luck.Ask a similar question