Are Facing Charges For Suspicion Of A Repeat OUI?
Anyone arrested for a repeat DUI/OUI in Massachusetts faces serious penalties that could have a long-lasting impact on his or her future. At Geary & Geary, LLP, our attorneys aggressively protect the rights of our clients who are facing a second, third or fourth DUI/OUI charges. Speak with our lawyers today to discuss your options, as well as learn how we can help reduce or eliminate the charges or the penalties you face.
Contact our repeat OUI defense attorneys online today to schedule a free initial consultation. You may also call our firm at 978-319-4194 or toll-free at 866-497-7455, to speak with an experienced attorney.
We Have The Resources to Meticulously Investigate Your Case
Being arrested for repeat DUI/OUI does not have to change your life. At our firm, we understand the impact a conviction can have, which is why we carefully investigate the circumstances of your case and aggressively negotiate with prosecutors to obtain the best outcome possible.
If convicted, you face increasingly harsh penalties. Your chance for success improves significantly when you have a skilled and dedicated defense attorney on your side. The penalties for a second, third or fourth OUI/DUI in Massachusetts include:
- Second offense: If convicted, your penalties could include a fine of up to $10,000, license suspension of up to two years, a 30-day mandatory jail sentence (up to two years), the installation of an Ignition Interlock device on your vehicle and more.
- Third offense: If convicted, you face a fine of up to $15,000, a mandatory 150-day jail sentence (up to 2 1/2 years), extended license suspension of up to eight years, the installation of an Ignition Interlock device on your car and more. A third DUI/OUI offense is considered a felony.
- Fourth offense: If convicted, you could face a fine of up to $25,000, will spend at least one year in jail (up to three years) and your license will be suspended for up to 10 years.
In addition to court-imposed penalties, multiple DUI/OUI convictions can have an impact on your job, as well as the ability to secure housing and other loans. When you hire an attorney from Geary & Geary, LLP, you will have an advocate who will fight hard to reduce these penalties and help you navigate Massachusetts’ complex criminal justice system.
Note: Additional factors such as whether there was a child in your vehicle at the time of the offense, how long it has been since your previous conviction and whether you submitted to a BAC test will also be considered.
The Penalties Are Steep. Contact A Multiple OUI Charges Defense Lawyer Now.
Contact an OUI/DUI criminal defense lawyer through this website today to schedule a free consultation. You may also call our firm at 978-319-4194 or toll-free at 866-497-7455, to discuss your arrest and ensuing case.