Multiple DUI Defense Attorney in Daytona Beach
Penalties You Could Be Facing
If you are facing your first or second
DUI charge, this is classified as a misdemeanor in our state. For a second
DUI conviction you could be fined up to $4000, be sentenced to 9 months
in jail and have an ignition interlock devise installed in your car for
up to 2 years. Your vehicle can be impounded for 30 days and you could
have your driver's license revoked for 6 months. If it is your second
conviction in 5 years, you could lose your license for up to 5 years.
If your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was above 0.15% or you were
driving with a minor in your car, the penalties could be more severe.
For a third, fourth or subsequent conviction, you will be facing a
felony DUI offense. The penalties are much greater, including fines up to $5000,
jail time of up to 5 years and a permanent loss of your driving privileges. At
Buckmaster & Ellzey, we know that you have rights and that those rights must be defended.
In our law firm, we have vast experience as both a state prosecutor and
defense attorney so have insight as to how the state develops criminal
cases and how best to defend against them. An experienced Daytona Beach
criminal defense lawyer may be able to have the charges that have been
filed against you reduced or dismissed.
Defending Against Multiple DUI Charges
Our attorneys understand that you are facing consequences that could adversely
affect you for years to come. We take pride in our ability to successfully
defend multiple DUI cases and urge you to seek assistance without delay.
Lawyers at our firm will fully investigate the charges against you, question
and secure witnesses, determine if lawful procedures were undertaken by
police officers at the time of your arrest and build a defense based on
this information. We aggressively fight for our clients and operate on
the principle that they are innocent until proven guilty. Allow us the
opportunity to fight for you.