Multiple DUI Offenses in Palm Springs
Multiple DUI charges and convictions result in greater penalties than a first time DUI offense. If you’ve already been through the DUI process you know that it is important to retain the services of a seasoned criminal defense attorney. With the help of Palm Springs criminal defense attorney, John P. Dolan, you may be able to have your charges greatly reduced or you acquitted.
It is imperative that you act quickly, you may be feeling the fallout of your DUI offense already, such as suspended driving privileges. At Dolan Law Offices we are proud to assist you in defending your rights and freedoms and can ensure that you are actively defended against harsh penalties and unfair treatments.
Multiple DUI Penalties
- Jail or prison sentence
- Steep fines
- Suspension or revocation of your drivers’ license
- Community service
- Increased auto insurance premium
- Your vehicle may be impounded
- DUI arrest, charges and conviction on your legal public record
- You may also be labeled as a habitual offender for 3 years following your conviction
A first offense could incur up to $1,000 in fines and six months of imprisonment, not to mention a six month license suspension. California also escalates penalties for multiple DUI offenses if they are committed within a certain time frame.
If a second DUI conviction occurs within 10 years of a first offense, imprisonment could last up to a year, the fine rises to a maximum of $5,000, and the offender’s license will be suspended for one year. A third or subsequent offense within 10 years of the first conviction is a felony under California law. The penalties are imprisonment for two , three or four years, up to $5,000 in fines, and a five year license suspension.
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