Felony DUI Attorney
DUI’s can be ominous charges with far-reaching penalties. Penalties for a DUI conviction includes a license suspension, alcohol classes, probation, and often jail time. As if that wasn’t bad enough, DUI’s can also be charged as felonies. A felony DUI typically stems from one of three situations, first is a DUI in which there is bodily injuries. The second is a fourth time DUI. The third is a DUI which occurs after someone has been previously charged with a felony DUI. In this third case, even a DUI which would normally be a misdemeanor, is charged as a felony due to the fact that it follows a previous felony DUI.