Quincy Multiple OUI Attorney
Facing Multiple OUI Offenses?
Facing the charges for an OUI offense is a scary situation at best. If it is not your first OUI offense, you are at risk for very serious consequences. The penalties for multiple DUI offenses are more severe than those for a first charge and the mark on your criminal record can have undesirable consequences. The penalties might include increased fines, longer jail time, and a longer license suspension period.
If you or a loved one is presently facing a multiple OUI charge, it could be beyond valuable to receive the assistance from a knowledgeable Quincy multiple OUI lawyer. My firm is here to assure you that your case is not a lost hope. It is, however, important to act quickly and receive the assistance you need from Flanagan & Associates In all of these circumstances, a mark on your permanent record is typically unavoidable. If you do not have an effective lawyer on your side, the following penalties may belong to you:
Second OUI Offense:
- A minimum of 60 days in jail
- Up to $10,000 in monetary fines
- License suspension for 1 year
Third OUI Offense:
- A minimum of 180 days in jail
- Up to $15,000 in monetary fines
- License suspension for 8 years
Fourth OUI Offense:
- A minimum of 2 years in jail
- Up to $25,000 in monetary fines
- License suspension for 10 years
Experienced Representation in Hingham
With about a decade of experience protecting drunk drivers, my firm has the ability to actively defend your case and make sure that your rights are protected. Beyond a doubt, I care about my client's situations and futures. It is essential that you are diligent in protecting your own future if you have been charged with a multiple offense OUI because it can have consequences that will haunt you for the rest of your life.
By consulting with a Weymouth OUI lawyer at Flanagan & Associates as soon as possible, you could avoid the penalties that were a result of the charge. The first step in this process is calling my office and scheduling your
complimentary consultation and case evaluation