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Three or More DUI Offenses in Virginia Beach

Aggressive Defense Against Multiple DUI Charges

In Virginia, a third or subsequent DUI offense is considered a felony offense, as opposed to a misdemeanor. Due to the severity of these types of crimes, it is important to obtain legal counsel from a qualified criminal lawyer.

At The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller, our legal team possesses the extensive knowledge of Virginia laws and court proceedings to help you get your penalties reduced or your case dismissed. Our attorney can navigate through the complexities of the legal system with you from start to finish.

Third DUI or Subsequent DUI Penalties

If you have been convicted of a third DUI offense within 10 years, it is classified as a Class 6 felony, punishable by a maximum prison sentence (mandatory minimum of 90 days) of five years and a fine of up to $2,500. However, if it’s your third DUI offense within five years, there is a mandatory minimum jail sentence of six months and mandatory minimum fine of $1,000.

If you have been convicted of a fourth or subsequent DUI offense within 10 years, it is classified as a Class 6 felony. However, the mandatory prison minimum is one year instead of 90 days or six months.

In any one of these occasions, your license will be suspended indefinitely.

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