If you have a DUI conviction on your record in the past 10 years and you have been charged with another DUI, you need to understand very clearly the serious nature of the consequences that you face. While certain aspects of a second DUI conviction in 10 years will remain the same as the first, such as the fine, which remains the same as a first time DUI, other potential consequences are much more severe, including:
- Mandatory minimum of 72 hours in jail with a one year maximum
- One year driver's license suspension with no possibility for receiving limited driving privileges that would allow you to still be able to drive yourself to work
- 30 days of community service
At the law office of Floyd Buford, Attorney at Law, our Macon repeat DUI defense attorney understands how serious an impact a repeat DUI conviction can have on someone's life. We are committed to helping people understand the process and come away from their charges with the best possible resolution to their situation.
We have defended more than 750 DUI cases in our more than 25 years of serving the legal needs of the people throughout Georgia. Our record of success speaks for itself.
Contact Georgia Repeat Drunk Driving Attorney Floyd Buford
If you are facing DUI charges, let our office help you defend yourself, your rights and your future. Turn to Floyd Buford, Attorney at Law. To schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer, call 478-787-6090, toll free at 866-838-9832 or simply contact us online.