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J. Michael Mullis
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Valdosta, Lowndes County Georgia
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YOUR GA DRIVER'S LICENSE CAN BE SUSPENDED FOR A Felony or MISDEMEANOR
DRUG CONVICTION


A conviction for even a misdemeanor drug offense can result in the loss of your driver's license for a minimum of six months and as much as five years with no limited driving permit allowed.

Consider the following scenario. You are walking down the street minding your own business. You are breaking no criminal laws other than the fact that you have less than an ounce of marijuana in a bag in your right front pocket. The police stop you because you fit the general description of someone who just held up a local convenience store. They frisk you for weapons and discover the marijuana. If you end up convicted of the marijuana charge, you could lose your driver's license.

Obviously, losing your license could impact your ability to work, go to school or even go grocery shopping. If you are divorced and a non-custodial parent, picking up your children for the weekend would be difficult.

OCGA 40-5-75

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