Increased Severity For Multiple DUI Convictions

All of the severity of a first-offense DUI is compounded after the second and subsequent DUIs. While a first offense may allow for court supervision and keeping the charge off of your record, a second conviction results in a minimum of five days in jail and no possibility for court supervision. Additionally, your license will be revoked for a year.

A third conviction is a class II felony. Additionally, if you blow more than twice the legal limit, it results in a mandatory 90 days in jail and is punishable by two to seven years in the Department of Corrections. A fourth conviction is a Class I felony punishable by at least four years in prison.

A Lawyer Who Can Handle Serious DUI Charges

Because of the extreme and increasing seriousness of multiple convictions, it is critical to get in touch with an experienced attorney as soon as possible if you or someone close to you has been charged with a multiple-offense DUI.

Because DUI forms a core of my criminal defense practice, I am prepared to work with you to aggressively defend against any DUI charge. In the event that I am unable to reach an outright dismissal, I will do everything possible to mitigate consequences and preserve your lifestyle.

Rock Island Multiple-Offense DUI Attorney

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced Moline 2nd DUI offense lawyer, contact me online or call 309-517-6495 or 309-517-6496 . If your matter is urgent and my office is closed, you may call me on my after-hours mobile at 309-738-3945.