St. Augustine Traffic and DUI Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with a DUI, or other traffic violation, including felony DUI, DUI manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter or DUI resulting in serious bodily injury, you face severe potential consequences:
– If you face your second DUI charge and the first charge was over five years ago, you will also need to attend advanced DUI classes and pay for them.
– If you face your second DUI and the first charge was less than five years ago, you could pay a minimum fine, spend at least 10 days in jail
and lose your license for five years, with no possibility of a hardship license for 1 year.
– If you are charged with a third DUI within 10 years, or a fourth DUI you can face felony charges.
– DUI manslaughter can result in up to 15 years in prison.