Multiple DUI Offenders

Multiple DUI Offenders

Multiple DUI Offenders


First time DUI offenses are always terrifying because of the unknown in the legal system and the kinds of penalties that are assessed in DUI cases. However, anytime a person is charged with a subsequent DUI, the consequences of conviction get progressively more severe as the suspect has already been through the court and DMV process before. For suspects are charged with their second, third, fourth DUI, they need to hire an attorney who knows how to handle repeat offender cases.

Penalties for Repeat DUI Offenders


As public awareness of the risks associated with driving under the influence increases, so too will the severity of punishment that will be handed down to repeat DUI offenders (suffering convictions within the past 10 years):

Second DUI Offense:


Jail – 90 days to 365 days
Fine – Up to $1,000 and possible penalty assessments
Suspension Of License – Up to 24 months
Treatment Program – Up to 30 months in alcohol/drug treatment program

Third DUI Offense:


Jail – 120 days to 365 days
Fine – Up to $1,000 and possible penalty assessments
Suspension Of License – Up to 36 months
Treatment Program – Up to 30 months in alcohol/drug treatment program

Fourth DUI Offense: Felony Charges


Jail – 180 days to 16 months
Fine – Up to $1,000 and possible penalty assessment
Suspension Of License – Up to four years

When a person is charged with a multiple DUI offense in San Bernardino or Riverside County, it is very important they look for lawyers who can help them build a defense that will either acquit them of the charges or will reduce the charges so that the sentence is also reduced.

San Bernardino and Riverside County DUI Defense


As repeat DUI offenders are often looked down upon by the justice system, it is always best to seek the advice of an experienced DUI attorney who may be able to help the outcome of your case. If you want an aggressive defense in your matter, contact our office today.

Our Results Speak for Themselves

Client charged with DUI after witness called into 911 reporting drunk driver who crashed in a residential neighborhood. Negotiated a reckless driving plea for client and also successfully stopped the license suspension by by winning the DMV hearing. (People v. Elysse F.)

Client faced felony DUI charges after getting into car accident while intoxicated. Faced up to 3 years in prison, and an additional 3 years for great bodily injury enhancement. Negotiated misdemeanor deal without any jail or  community service and avoided the 1 year license suspension. (People v. Sherrie D.)

First time DUI charge dismissed against driver stopped on suspicion of driving under the influence. Negotiated dry reckless for client prior to trial. (People v. Derrick J.)

Felony charges for DUI against client for a t- bone collision in intersection. Defendant ran from the scene and charged with hit and run. Previous attorney had negotiated felony plea with credit for time served. Took over representation and negotiated misdemeanor sentence without jail time or community service when trial date was set. (People v. Dennis A.)

Client stopped for DUI after officer allegedly saw vehicle commit Vehicle Code violations. Client’s blood alcohol pattern (rising blood) provided a defense and DUI dismissed, with client admitting dry reckless charge. (People v. Michael T.)