Second & Subsequent DUI

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Second or Third DUI

Skilled Modesto DUI Defense Attorney

The State of California takes DUI offenses very seriously, and imposes harsh penalties for first-time offenders. Those facing a second or subsequent DUI conviction, however, could be subjected to enhanced consequences that can impact all areas of their lives.

At the Law Offices of Mark W. Girdner, our experienced Modesto DUI lawyer is a former prosecutor, giving us an insider understanding of how the state will build their case against you. When you retain our firm, you can expect dedicated representation from an attorney who truly cares about defending your rights and freedom.

For the tough, battle-tested defense you need, schedule a free consultation today.

Consequences of Multiple DUI Convictions

In order for a prior DUI conviction to count against you, it must have occurred in the 10 years prior to the current DUI arrest. For the purpose of sentencing you, “wet reckless” convictions will also count as a prior DUI.

The penalties for a second DUI conviction include, but are not limited to:

  • Up to 5 years of summary probation
  • Up to one year in county jail
  • Fines totaling up to $1000
  • Mandatory completion of a 18 or 30-month DUI program
  • A 2-year suspension of your driver’s license

For a third or subsequent DUI conviction, the consequences will only get worse. The fines will triple to roughly $3000, your license will be revoked for three years, and you may spend a minimum of 120 days in county jail – to name just a few.

Don’t face criminal charges alone – call (209) 326-1533 for dedicated representation.

Call (209) 326-1533 For Tough Defense

The penalties of second or subsequent DUI convictions are severe, and it is absolutely crucial to retain dedicated defense if you are facing charges. With years of experience, you can trust that our Modesto DUI attorney has the knowledge and skill to effectively achieve results on your behalf.

If you’re facing DUI charges, you need a lawyer who will fight for your rights. Call (209) 326-1533 to learn how we can help.

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