Even though you are charged with your fourth DUI in the past five years, the fact that it is a felony does not mean it is the end of your life.
The Northern Kentucky DUI lawyers at Suhre & Associates, LLC have years of experience handling these types of cases, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.
Our Northern Kentucky DUI Attorneys Will Fight Your Felony DUI Charge.
What You Are Facing
A Felony DUI charge occurs when you are charged with DUI and have three or more DUI convictions in the United States within the past five years.
The charge carries the most severe DUI consequences, some of which exceed a regular felony conviction. Those penalties include:
- 1 to 5 years in Jail with a Minimum Term 120 Days Without Probation
- 1 Year of Alcohol or Substance Abuse Treatment
- 60 Month License Suspension
Not only do you have significant penalties, but the process takes significantly longer than previous DUI convictions because it is felony. Felony charges are handled in Circuit Court, but before they get there they must go through the process of a probable cause hearing and presentation to the grand jury.
Our experience with felony DUI charges and the felony criminal process is there for you as we work with you to get through one of the most troubling times in your life.
A Kentucky Felony DUI attorney’s knowledge makes the difference
Our experience is not only with Felony DUI charges, but with all sorts of felony charges. This experience allows us to guide you through the entire process and obtain the best outcome possible. Using our experience and knowledge, we will consult with you, review the evidence of your case and develop a strategy that will accomplish your goals.
Throughout the process, our attorneys will counsel you each step of the way. Each case is different for us, and your objectives may be different that other clients. That is why we specially tailor a defense strategy to you.
Although you may feel the law is against you, it is in your favor because there are several requirements by statute and regulation that the Commonwealth’s prosecutors and officers must follow. Depending on which steps they fail to follow, may have a significant impact on your case, even possibly getting it reduced to a lower charge, or the charge dismissed altogether.