In Georgia, the consequences for underage DUIs are significant. If a person under the age of 21 is caught driving under the influence, they can face both criminal and administrative penalties. Criminal penalties may include fines, mandatory alcohol education programs, community service, probation, and even jail time. Additionally, their driver’s license may be suspended for a specified period of time. Administrative penalties may include the requirement to install an ignition interlock device in their vehicle. These consequences are meant to deter underage drinking and driving, ensuring the safety of both the individual and the public.