We provide specialized defense in traffic and speeding citations across the state of Georgia for CDL drivers. Many offenses which will not suspend a regular driver’s license–will cause a commercial license to be disqualified. This is true even if the CDL driver committed the traffic violation while driving in their personal vehicle. There are “Major” violations, which cause the immediate disqualification of a CDL for a minimum of one (1) year, and “Serious” violations which will cause a disqualification for less than a year. As a practical matter, many employers will neither hire nor retain commercial drivers who have any sort of negative entry exhibited on their Motor Vehicle Report (MVR). We know and understand how high the stakes are for a CDL driver with a pending citation and will use every possible means to preserve your commercial license.