A DUI second offense in Florida or multiple driving under the influence charges become more complicated and serious. There are strict minimum mandatory penalties for people convicted of multiple DUIs. We know that these consequences can be life-altering. We are here to help. With our combined experience and skills, we work to achieve the best possible results for our clients.
If you have a second DUI conviction for an offense that occurs within five years of a prior conviction, you could spend a minimum of ten days in jail, have your driver license suspended for five-years, pay substantial fines and costs, and be forced to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. Additionally, the prosecutor has the discretion to charge your DUI as a felony. In this case, the penalties may be more severe. Many times we are able to help our clients avoid these harsh penalties. Contact DUI Clinic today to schedule a free consultation.