Atlanta DMV Hearing Lawyer

ALS Hearings in Atlanta, Georgia

When a driver is arrested for DUI, has accumulated too many points on his or her driving record, or is facing driver's license suspension for any other reason, he or she will be entitled to challenge this suspension by contacting the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) to schedule an Administrative License Suspension (ALS) hearing. A driver has only 10 days to contact the DDS to schedule this hearing, or he or she will lose the right to challenge driver's license suspension.

Most commonly referred to as a DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) hearing in other states, an ALS hearing is a driver's chance to present his or her side of the story to the Department of Driver Services in order to stop the suspension or revocation of his or her license. This is best accomplished with the assistance of an experienced attorney who understands ALS hearing procedures and who can present the appropriate information to the DDS in order to effectively represent your interests.

Administrative License Suspension Hearing?

As an experienced attorney, Matthew T. McNally offers a free case evaluation to drivers throughout Atlanta and the surrounding areas who are facing license suspension. With his experience in defending clients in the face of DUI, reckless driving and a number of other serious traffic violations, attorney McNally has the familiarity with ALS hearings and traffic law to appropriately address this matter for you, schedule your hearing and represent you at your hearing to protect your driving privileges.

Whether you are facing suspension because you have received too many traffic tickets, or if you are facing criminal charges for a serious traffic violation such as DUI, you can count on Atlanta ALS hearing lawyer Matthew McNally to give you the honest advice and professional representation you need.

Contact the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally today!

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