Offices Conveniently Located in Myrtle Beach & Conway
The Defense Never Rests.
Fourth and subsequent DUI offenses are considered Class F Felonies and carry not less than one (1) year nor more than five (5) years imprisonment.
A DUI first or second offense is considered a misdemeanor crime but can become a felony charge if you are convicted of driving under the influence and you caused an accident that resulted in bodily harm or death to a pedestrian or a motorist. If convicted of a Felony DUI resulting in bodily injury you will face a mandatory sentence of not less than 30 days nor more than 15 years in prison and a mandatory fine of not less than $5,100 nor more than $10,100. If convicted of Felony DUI resulting in death you will face a mandatory sentence of not less than one year nor more than 25 years in prison and a mandatory fine of not less than $10,100 nor more than $25,100. These sentences cannot be suspended and probation cannot be granted. Further your driver's license will be suspended for the period of incarceration plus an additional 3-5 years.
Call Myrtle Beach Attorney Regina Ward today at 843-488-9273 for your FREE DUI EVALUATION.