If You Are Facing a Second Offense, It Is in Your Best Interest to Retain An Experienced Attorney
Interviewer: So the take-home message is if it’s your second offense and you’re trying to figure this out without an attorney, there’s going to be very little hope of not facing a very long suspension as well as dealing with the other ramifications?
Aaron: I would just want an attorney on a second offense DUI to be able to ask them questions and make decisions that need to be made, to know what your choices are, and what your options are. This is primarily due to the fact that the consequences are and can be so severe.
On a second offense DUI, the court case carries up to one year in county jail, a mandatory 18-month enrollment in DUI School, and interlock requirements. And then there is the mandatory minimum penalty of ten years in jail. I know we’re not talking about court right now, but most definitely, on a multiple offense case, want to have a very good DUI lawyer in your corner.
By Aaron Bortel
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