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The consequences exacted against someone convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) in Florida will be escalated if the defendant has another DUI conviction already on his or her criminal record or active on his or her driving history. If you have been arrested for a DUI and are now facing multiple DUI charges, you should start considering your options for defense as soon as possible to do everything you can to protect your rights and driving privileges.
Call (561) 475-5550 to connect with the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld to speak with a highly-acclaimed and highly-rated West Palm Beach DUI lawyer about what to do next to fight your charges.
It is crucial that you take a DUI arrest seriously, even if it is your first charge, but especially if there are other charges on your record. Florida significantly increases penalties for each subsequent charge and conviction. You should treat the situation with urgency and contact Attorney Rosenfeld at your first opportunity.
The maximum penalties for second, third, and subsequent DUIs in Florida include:
If you have one or more DUI convictions on your record, any subsequent conviction within the next five years will be considered an additional offense. This five-year stretch is known as the lookback or washout period. Penalties may scale predictably with each subsequent conviction. Some penalties may increase for a subsequent DUI conviction even when the previous conviction is outside of the five-year lookback period.
With much hanging in the scales when you are facing multiple DUI charges, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel as soon as possible. West Palm Beach DUI Attorney Greg Rosenfeld understands that no one plans a run-in with the law, which is why he makes his law office available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year for clients. If you are up against the unforgiving criminal justice system of Florida, do not hesitate to contact his firm right away for a free initial consultation.
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