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When you have received a Traffic or Speeding Ticket in Georgia and need a lawyer that will truly listen to you and can really help.

David A. Lipton

Attorney At Law

The Department of Drivers Services may also suspend a driver's license if he or she has accumulated 15 points on his or her driving record within a 24-month time period. Points may be assessed for virtually any type of traffic violation.

Fortunately, if your license was suspended by the DDS you may be able to challenge the suspension or seek a limited or restricted driving permit that would enable you to drive for certain purposes related to work or school. David A. Lipton can help you understand your options and can then take the appropriate action to help you with this matter.  Although license suspension can be a difficult and stressful experience, David A. Lipton can help and will fight to get you back on the road.

Call 770-797-9968

Call Attorney David Lipton 24 Hours a Day at 770-797-9968 for a Free Consultation

David A. Lipton
Attorney at Law

8237 Dunwoody Place
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Phone (770) 797-9968
Fax (770) 797-9967

​All information contained herein is provided for the purpose of providing basic information only and should not be construed as formal legal advice. The authors disclaim any and all liability resulting from reliance upon such information. You are strongly encouraged to seek professional legal advice before relying upon any of the information contained herein. Legal advice should be sought directly from a properly retained lawyer or attorney.

Atlanta Speeding and Traffic Ticket Lawyer David A. Lipton serves most
counties and cities in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area and North Georgia

Cobb DeKalb Fulton Gwinnett

Alpharetta Atlanta Austell Chamblee Cumming Decatur Doraville Duluth Dunwoody Johns Creek Kennesaw Lawrenceville Marietta Norcross Roswell Sandy Springs Smyrna Vinings

Suspended License

Losing your license and driving privileges can be more than just an inconvenience. It may seriously effect your ability to get to and from work or school and may mean that you may become a burden to friends, family or rely on public transportation to get wherever you need to go. Below, you will find helpful information about driver's license suspension by the Georgia Department of Driver Services and how an experienced and knowledgeable attorney can assist you.

Grounds for Mandatory License Suspension

The DDS may suspend a license if a driver is convicted of any of the following offenses in Georgia or in any other state:

  • Failure to Appear in Court (FTA)

  • ​Driving without insuranceDriving on a revoked or suspended license

  • ​Racing

  • ​Vehicular homicide

  • DUI

  • ​Any felony committed using a motor vehicle

  • Fleeing or eluding a police officer in a motor vehicle

  • ​Hit and run / leaving the scene of an accident

  • ​Driver's license fraud

  • Refusal of a breath or blood test after a drunk driving arrest

  • Driving without a license

  • ​Driving a vehicle without a proper registration

  • Marijuana possession, cultivation, distribution or sale