DUI Offenses

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A drunk driving conviction can lead to some serious penalties - even for first offenders - based on the circumstances of the case. The severity of drunk driving penalties can range from fines and community service to suspension of driver’s license and a prison sentence.

The charges and penalties you may face will depend on many circumstances, including whether this is your first DUI and if other people were involved.

While we can explain in more detail some common DUI charges, if you've been charged you may want to get real answers from a local DUI lawyer.

Complete the form on this page for a free case review with a local DUI lawyer.

Learn about the penalties you might face if charged with certain DUI offenses:

First DUI Offense: What happens if you are convicted of your first DUI? Read about the possible penalties you may face.

Second DUI Offense: Find out how penalties for repeat offenders increase with a second DUI offense.

Misdemeanor Charge for DUI: What is a DUI misdemeanor, and when can you be charged with it? Explore driving under the influence charges and expunging a misdemeanor DUI.

Felony DUI: What is the difference between felony DUI and misdemeanor DUI? Learn more about felony DUIs.

Juvenile DUI: What is a juvenile DUI? What does zero tolerance mean? Examine juvenile and DUI law.

Prescription Drugs and DUI: Which prescription drugs could impair your abilities to drive? How does prescription drug use affect your DUI case? Explore prescription drugs and driving under the influence.

Speak with a DUI Attorney About DUI Penalties and Offenses

If you are facing a drinking and driving charge, talk with a DUI lawyer to learn more about the offense and potential penalties you might face. Subsequent DUI offenses can lead to more severe penalties. The circumstances of the DUI crime committed also factor into the sentence you may be handed down if convicted.

Connect with a local DUI attorney with the help of Total DUI. Fill out a free case evaluation above or call us toll free at 877-349-1311 to schedule a free, no obligation consultation with an attorney in your area.

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