If you have been charged with the crime of driving under the influence more than one time, it can be a very frightening situation because of the high penalties and harsh consequences that could be awaiting you. Whether you have been charged with a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or subsequent charge of driving under the influence (DUI), we encourage you to contact our DUI attorney in Fullerton.

Multiple DUI is a charge that can be classified as a felony DUI offense. The penalties you can face are discussed below:

2nd DUI Offense 
For a 2nd DUI offense, you can face between 90 days and 1 year in jail. In addition, the fine will be between $390 and $1,000, with a possible penalty assessment. You will also have your driver's license suspended for up to 2 years and face 18 to 30 months in a treatment program.

3rd DUI Offense 
You will be faced with 120 days to 1 year in jail and a $390 to $1,000 fine for a 3rd DUI offense. In addition, you can face up to 3 years without your driver's license and an 18 month or 30 month alcohol treatment program.


4th DUI Offense 
If you have been charged with a 4th DUI offense, you can face 190 days to 16 months in jail with a $390 to $1,000 fine. In addition, you may lose your driver's license for up to 4 years.


If you have been charged with the offense of drunk driving in Fullerton, you should not hesitate to receive the quality assistance that we offer at the Law Offices of Randall T. Longwith. We have more than a decade of combined experience and we have handled close to 10,000 cases.

Contact us today to obtain a free case evaluation.

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