A first-time DUI conviction results in serious penalties, such as jail time, expensive fines, and a suspended license. However, if you are charged with a DUI for the second time, then the consequences for the crime are much more severe. It is imperative to obtain experienced legal representation from a qualified criminal defense attorney.
At The Law Office of David A. Webster, P.A., we are committed to protecting the rights, reputations, and freedom of all of our clients facing criminal charges in Florida. With more than 24 years of collective experience, our Seminole County DUI lawyer has an extensive understanding of state DUI laws and court processes to guide you through the complexities of the legal system.
In Florida, repeat DUI offenders face serious penalties. Furthermore, those who are convicted of a second DUI in five years must face mandatory jail time if convicted. The penalties are even more enhanced if the driver had a BAC of .15% or more, was involved in a collision which caused property damage or an injury, or had a passenger under 18 years old at the time of the arrest.
In addition to getting a permanent mark on your criminal record, not having the ability to drive for a long period of time can make your life difficult without reliable transportation. Do not hesitate to get legal help in order to get your life back on track immediately.
Contact us and schedule a free consultation with our Seminole County DUI attorney.