Felony DUI

Temecula Felony DUI Attorney

Accused of a DUI in California? Get a FREE Consultation!

A DUI is a serious offense in California. If convicted, you could face a number of consequences, including jail time, fines, and a driver's license suspension. In addition, you will have a criminal conviction on your record, which will make it harder to get a job or housing in the future. If you are facing felony DUI charges, it is crucial that you contact an experienced Temecula felony DUI lawyer at The Law Office of David E. Grande as soon as possible. A felony conviction will have a lasting impact on your life, and you need to fight back with the help of an attorney.


Contact us today at (951) 221-4331 to request a free case review.


What Are the Penalties for a 4th Felony DUI in California?

When you are arrested for a fourth DUI offense within 10 years, you will be charged with a felony DUI in California. Other types of prior offenses include "wet reckless" convictions and out-of-state convictions.

A felony DUI carries a prison sentence of either 16 months, two years, or three years, depending on the circumstances of the case, fines of up to $1,000, and driver's license revocation for four years.

What Are the Penalties for a Felony DUI with Injury in California?

If you are convicted of a felony DUI with injury, you could face the following penalties:

  • A prison sentence of two years
  • A fine of up to $10,000
  • A driver's license suspension of four years
  • An ignition interlock device for up to five years
  • A probation term of up to five years

If you are convicted of a felony DUI with injury, you will likely have to serve time in prison. You will also have to pay thousands of dollars in fines and could have your license suspended for up to five years. In addition, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle for up to five years. This device will prevent you from starting your car if you have been drinking.

What Are the Penalties for a Felony DUI with Death in California?

If you are convicted of a felony DUI with death, you could face the following penalties:

  • A prison sentence of four years
  • A fine of up to $10,000
  • A driver's license suspension of 10 years
  • An ignition interlock device for up to 10 years
  • Probation for up to 10 years

As a convicted felon, you will have to live with many consequences. You may have trouble finding a job or housing, and you may have trouble securing loans. In addition, you may have to live in a halfway house or spend time in prison. You may also have to pay thousands of dollars in fines and could have your license suspended for up to 10 years. In addition, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle for up to 10 years.

Contact Our Temecula Felony DUI Lawyer Today

If you are facing felony DUI charges, you need to contact an experienced Temecula felony DUI attorney as soon as possible. A felony conviction will have a lasting impact on your life, and you need to fight back with the help of an attorney. Our firm is led by David E. Grande, a former prosecutor who has handled hundreds of DUI cases. With Mr. Grande's experience as a prosecutor, he can help you identify weaknesses in the prosecution's case and develop a strong defense strategy.


Call (951) 221-4331 or fill out our online contact form today to discuss your case.


 

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