When DUI Charges Reach Felony Level
A third conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) within 10 years, or a fourth or subsequent DUI regardless of the time frame, can result in a felony charge in Florida. In addition, any DUI offense can be charged as a felony if the driver caused serious bodily injury to or the death of another person. The penalties associated with a felony DUI conviction can be quite severe and may include the loss of your driver’s license, harsh fines and substantial jail or prison time.
If you are facing charges for a felony DUI charge, it is important that you have strong representation from a qualified criminal defense lawyer who knows the law and has the ability to protect your interests. At the law firm of The Holman Law Firm, we provide skillful defense representation against charges for all types of felony DUIs. Our Pensacola attorneys have extensive experience in these cases, and we know what it takes to protect your rights.
Fighting To Protect Your Future
The only way to avoid the consequences associated with a felony DUI is to avoid the conviction. When you hire our firm, we conduct a thorough investigation into your case. We review the evidence in the prosecution’s case and work to ensure that your rights were not violated at any point.
If the police officer did not have probable cause to stop your vehicle or if there were procedural errors made in the administering of the Breathalyzer or field sobriety tests, we will take immediate action seeking to have the charges against you dismissed or any evidence that was obtained illegally suppressed.
If you were in an accident that resulted in the injury or death of another person, we will work to determine if the accident was your fault. If it was not, we will fight aggressively to help you avoid a felony charge. Just like in every DUI case, our only concern in your case is to avoid a felony conviction on your record.
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