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Consequences Of A Second DUI


If an individual has been convicted of a DUI charge within 10 years of the current offense, they face stricter penalties. This may include:

  • Prison or jail (not less than 240 consecutive hours)
  • Community service (not less than 240 hours)
  • Electronic home confinement
  • Assessment and screening
  • Substance abuse treatment or an educational series
  • Probation;
  • Ignition interlock restrictions
  • Fine (not less than $800)
  • Driver license suspension (2 years)

If the court does not order a prison sentence and instead chooses probation, the penalties differ. They will then include:

  • Fine (not less than $1500)
  • Jail (not less than 1500 hours)
  • Supervised probation
  • Assessment and screening
  • Substance abuse treatment with intensive care or inpatient treatment (not less than 240 hours)
  • Electronic home confinement
  • Ignition interlock restrictions

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