Fourth Offense DUI within ten years from your first offense elevates an otherwise standard DUI to a felony offense. It may result in a loss of license for three to ten years and loss of commercial license for life. That is why it is critical to request a DMV hearing within 10 days of your arrest or you waive your right to a hearing which will result in a license suspension thirty one days after your arrest. Mr. Price has successfully defended many people at DMV and kept them driving.
In Court, penalties of a fourth offense DUI range from an eighteen month alcohol class, MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) class, Public Work Service, up to three years in prison, possible interlock ignition device installation, and fines. DUI cases are extremely difficult to navigate and that is why you need the experience of Joshua Price in order to successfully defend your case!