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Repeat DUI Offenders – Florida DUI Law

If you have been arrested for DUI, you should hire competent legal counsel, especially if you have prior DUI convictions. Florida DUI law takes a tough stance on drivers with multiple DUI’s. The penalties for drivers with prior DUI convictions will be more harsh than the penalties for first time offenders. Fortunately, a skilled Tampa DUI lawyer can raise defenses to the accusations and try to get the charges against you dropped. At Florida Law Advisers, P.A. our team of skilled DUI attorneys have years of experience representing clients with prior DUI convictions. We carefully scrutinize every detail of a case to identify any potential errors by police, violations of constitutional rights, mishandling of evidence, or sloppy police work we can use to help our clients. We know how much our clients have at stake in DUI cases, and we work diligently to aggressively defend our clients.

Tampa DUI Lawyers Defending Drivers With Prior DUI Convictions

Regardless of whether this is your first DUI offense or you have many prior DUI convictions, Florida Law Advisers, P.A. may be able to help. We will carefully review every detail of your case and prior convictions to develop a comprehensive legal strategy. We understand how much is at stake for drivers with prior DUI convictions, and we take these matters very seriously. We will aggressively defend our clients at every phase of their case.

Penalties for Multiple DUI Convictions

Second DUI Offense Within 5 Years

-Potential jail time of 10 days to 12 months

-Fine of $500 to $4,000

-Suspended driver’s license for up to 5 years

-One year of probation

-50 hours of community service

-Mandatory DUI counseling

-Vehicle impoundment for 30 days

-Ignition interlock device installed for up to 2 years

-Possible deportation if not a U.S. citizen

Third DUI Offense Within 10 Years

-Charged as a Felony

-Potential jail time of 30 days to 5 years

-Fine of $1,000 to $5,000

-Suspended driver’s license for up to 10 years

-Probation for 1 to 5 years

-Vehicle impoundment for 90 days

-50 hours of community service

-Ignition interlock device installation

-Mandatory DUI counseling

-Possible deportation if not a U.S. citizen

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