Thanks for the reply.
Remember, you never have to plead guilty. That is for you to decide and the State cannot force you to plead guilty if you do not want to do so.
So you are saying that the letter you received gave you the option of pleading Guilty or Not Guilty by mail, or said that you could come to court. But you have to do one or the other on September 15th.
If you want to fight this charge, then you should plead Not Guilty. You would probably then have to go to court to have a trial
, but the court would give you time to hire a lawyer and get ready for the trial.
If you simply want to plead Guilty, you could write that on the letter and mail that back to the court. You would get a sentence
of some sort; possibly a fine, community service, even jail time. If you are going to plead Guilty you should probably hire a lawyer in Ohio to help you out.
Unfortunately the answer to your question about Driver's Licenses is yes. If one state suspends your license, then most other states will also suspend your license. It is part f a contract that 40 states agreed to called the "Interstate Compact". So if Ohio suspends your license, then it is very likely that Georgia will do so as well.
I hope that this answers your questions.