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Written by attorney Eric Andrew Coffelt | Oct 26, 2016

How to Resolve a Charge of Driving on a Suspended License in Georgia

If you've been charged with driving on a suspended license (probably because your license was suspended when you failed to appear in court on another matter), follow these five steps to resolve your case without risking an additional license suspension.

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OCGA 40-5-121(c) states that: "For purposes of pleading nolo contendere, only one nolo contendere plea will be accepted to a charge of driving without being licensed or with a suspended or disqualified license within a five-year period as measured from date of arrest to date of arrest. All other nolo contendere pleas in this period will be considered convictions. For the purpose of imposing a sentence under this subsection, a plea of nolo contendere shall constitute a conviction. There shall be no limited driving permit available for a suspension or disqualification under this Code section."

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