If You Are Facing Your Second Or Third DUI, Our Lawyers Can Defend You
While a conviction for a first offense DUI can have significant penalties, a subsequent conviction carries penalties that are tremendously heightened. Law enforcement officials in Tennessee and Georgia take DUI laws seriously and aggressively enforce those laws. If you have been charged with a multiple offense DUI, it is crucial to have a defense lawyer on your side who knows how to fight for your rights.
At Levitt & Levitt, our attorneys handle multiple offense and felony DUI cases throughout Georgia and Tennessee. We provide our clients a team approach to criminal defense. Our lawyers regularly consult each other to develop the best possible defense for DUI arrests. Our attorneys have successfully handled cases in Georgia and Tennessee municipal courts as well as state and federal courts.
Consequences Of Multiple DUI Convictions
Having a second or third DUI conviction within a certain period of time will invoke much more severe penalties. While sentences may vary on a case-by-case basis, common multiple offense DUI penalties include:
- Increased periods of time in jail
- Larger fines and court costs
- Years of probation
- Ignition interlock device installed in car
- License suspension or revocation
- Points on driving record
We provide our clients a team approach to criminal defense. Our lawyers regularly consult each other to develop the best possible defense for felony DUI and multiple DUI cases.
Contact Our Firm Today
If you have been arrested for a multiple offense DUI in Tennessee or Georgia, please contact Levitt & Levitt. Schedule an initial consultation by filling out our intake form or by calling us in Chattanooga or in Trenton at 423-443-4281.