You do not have a right to drive in Georgia, not in the sense that many people assume. Instead, driving is a convenience that can be taken away from you. One common way that this happens is when you are given a DUI charge. Your license could be either suspended or revoked, and you must know the difference.
A suspension is temporary. It lasts for a set amount of time that is often laid out directly in the law—it's not always up to the discretion of the judge. You could lose your license for six months, for example. When the time runs out, you don't automatically get the license back. You have to put in an application, and your case will be reviewed to see if you did everything you needed to do to have the suspension lifted.