Preventing The Penalties Of Repeat DWI Charges

If you have been arrested for a repeat drunk driving (DUI, DWI) offense, the penalties you face are severe. But with an experienced defense attorney by your side, you have a chance to avoid some of the harshest consequences of a conviction.

At Ronald E. Smith, P.C., in Fairfax, Virginia, our clients are always our top priority and we are committed to your defense.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 703-539-5825 to speak with an experienced Fairfax, Virginia, DUI defense attorney.

DWI/DUI Repeat Offenses

At Ronald E. Smith, P.C., we have extensive experience handling criminal defense cases for people facing DWI/DUI repeat offense charges. The criminal justice system offers little lenience for repeat DUI offenders. The penalties for second and third offenses are harsh. A conviction can affect your finances, driving privileges, home and work life, and your freedom:

DUI Penalties For Repeat Offenders

Second Offense (1st Class Misdemeanor)

Third Offense (Felony)

Fine

Minimum: $500

Maximum: $2,500

Minimum: $1,000

Maximum: $2,500

Jail time

One month to one year

One to five years in prison or up to 12 months in jail

Driver's license suspension

Three years

Indefinite (may petition after five years)

Perhaps the most serious problem facing repeat DUI offenders is that convictions carry minimum mandatory jail/prison sentences, fines, and loss of license for at least three years. Our attorneys understand the harsh consequences you are facing and will use our extensive knowledge of DUI laws and penalties to help you avoid the consequences of a second or third DUI conviction.

Do Not Hesitate When Your Future Is On The Line — Contact Our Office Today

You can take action against the consequences of repeated DWI/DUI charges. We are always prepared to stand up for your rights and help you obtain the best possible results. Call 703-539-5825 to discuss your situation with an experienced and qualified criminal defense lawyer in a free phone consultation. You can also reach us via our website about your case.