Multiple DUI Offenses

With One or More DUI Convictions…

Multiple DUI convictions are not a good thing. In fact, the criminal justice system’s gloves come off altogether. Now, we’re not just talking about a day or three in county jail or a short-term suspended license. Now we are talking about significant jail time, possibly even prison, fines of up to $10,100, and several years with a suspended driving license.

Effective DUI defense starts here.

One DUI conviction is enough. For attorneys you can count on to fight the charges against you as if they were facing the charges themselves — call or contact Peagler & Hollett, LLC in Birmingham, Alabama, today.

At Peagler & Hollett, LLC, we investigate the facts and circumstances of your case independently looking for flaws in the police version of events, probable cause violations, defective testing procedures and equipment, and more. In short — we spare no effort or resource in looking for whatever we can use to defend you and protect your rights.

Our lawyers have extensive experience with DUI cases. They have also had a great deal of success helping people minimize the potential consequences of a DUI arrest. In some cases this meant dropped or dismissed charges, or gaining an acquittal at trial — in others, lesser charges, favorable sentences and deferred prosecutions. In every case, clients can rely on the fact that we will do whatever we can to obtain the best possible result.

Penalties for two DUI convictions within five years, for a third conviction in your lifetime, or for a fourth conviction (felony, possible prison time) or more are severe. The sooner you call, the better our chance will be to avoid those results.

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