Multiple DUI Convictions Can Wreak Havoc On Your Life
I Focus On Minimizing The Impact Of A Repeat Offense
The penalties increase dramatically with each subsequent driving under the influence (DUI) conviction. If you have already been convicted of drunk driving at least once before, it is extremely important that you enlist a skilled attorney if you want to have any hope of minimizing the penalties. I am attorney Tom Speedie. With more than 20 years of experience, I can give you hope. I can defend you against repeat DUI charges.
Experienced In Everything From Misdemeanor To Felony DUI
As your Nashville repeat offense DUI lawyer, I will begin by educating you about the potential penalties you could face if you are convicted. The first thing you may be concerned about is driver’s license suspension. If you are convicted of DUI for a second time, you run the risk of losing your driving privileges for a minimum of five years. If you are convicted of DUI for a third time, you could lose your license for a minimum of 10 years. Upon your fourth DUI conviction, you will not be able to drive for the rest of your life, not even to work.
For a repeat offender in Nashville, Washington County or elsewhere in Southern Illinois, the risk of spending time behind bars becomes greater with each conviction. Fines also increase dramatically. A third offense may be charged as aggravated DUI, which is a felony and comes with the life-changing penalties that all felony charges come with. If you are convicted, not only will you face time in prison and fines, you will be a convicted felon and that label will follow you for the rest of your life. I am here to help prevent that from happening.