WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE DUI IN GA?

A controlled substance DUI in Georgia has serious consequences. If convicted, the offender can face fines ranging from $300 to $5,000, a mandatory minimum of 24 hours in jail, and up to one year of probation. Additionally, their driver’s license can be suspended for a minimum of six months, and they may be required to complete a drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment program. Repeat offenders can face even harsher penalties.

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