Assertive Defense Against Subsequent DUI Charges
A second or subsequent DUI arrest can lead to more severe repercussions than a first drunk driving conviction. A second or third Florida DUI conviction can mean long-term loss of your driver’s license, time in prison and other serious consequences.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a second, third or fourth DUI, you need practical legal advice as soon as possible, and you may need aggressive representation to address felony charges. You should not talk to the police or the Florida Highway Patrol about your case until you have spoken with a defense attorney.
Help With Multiple DUIs And Felony Drunk Driving Charges
At Epstein & Robbins in Jacksonville, our experience with DUI cases goes back 40 years. We are strategic and thorough, and we have hundreds of successful cases under our belts. We can help you address felony DUI charges, even if you think you do not have a defense. Our lawyers can provide definitive answers to important questions like:
- Will I be able to get my license back after a second or third DUI?
- Will I have to do time in jail?
- What if I was involved in an accident and subsequently charged with a crime?
- What are my options if I was charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license?
- I had a DUI many years ago. Will it count against me in this case?
- What is the difference between a drug-related DUI and a regular DUI?
Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may want to fight the charges at trial, or it may be in your best interest to work with the prosecution.
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If this is not your first DUI, get the legal guidance you need. Contact Epstein & Robbins for a free, confidential case evaluation.