Second Or Third DUI Arrest? More? This Is Serious.
Defending People Facing 2nd And 3rd Drunk Driving Charges In Lake County
If you are facing your 2nd offense or greater, you need an experienced drunk driving defense attorney to protect your rights. I have more than 30 years of experience defending good people in drunk driving cases.
What a 2nd Or 3rd Offense Means
A 2nd or 3rd DUI offense carries serious penalties. You could lose driving privileges indefinitely, pay fines and be incarcerated. At a minimum, you could be convicted, revoked and be required to serve time in jail or perform community service.
In addition to that, your insurance costs will skyrocket and you could be responsible for court costs and vehicle impound fees.
Second offenders are not eligible for court supervision. Thus, a conviction requires a minimum one-year revocation, and sanctions including fines, classes and potential incarceration.
Third offenders, upon conviction, are revoked from driving for a minimum of five years, and sanctions of fines, classes and potentially one to three years in the Department of Corrections.
Fourth offenders face severe felony sanctions, in addition to a lifetime ban from driving with limited ability to regain any driving privileges — even if you move to another state.
Charged With Repeat Drunk Driving? Get Skilled Representation.
You have the right to representation in your drunk driving case, and you should exercise that right. In my more than 30-year career, I have found that people who retain experienced lawyers in drunk driving cases have a much better chance of getting a fair deal and regaining their driving privileges.
Drunk driving law is complex, and the law is still evolving. Don’t assume there is no defense. Get a skilled legal advocate on your side to protect your rights and help you minimize the damage of conviction on a 2nd or 3rd DUI offense.
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