Multiple Offenses

Multiple Offenses

Offenders with multiple DUI convictions create many problems for everybody. Multiple offenders create unique challenges for agencies because alcohol-related crimes require effective supervision education, and treatment.

  • Repeat DUI offenders who do not maintain sobriety during treatment face a far greater risk of committing new alcohol crimes.
  • Jail has proven to be ineffective solution for multiple DUI offenders.
  • DUI multiple offenders clog up our jails and courts.
  • The costs of a DUI crime are well reported in the media-deaths, accidents, injuries, and property loss, higher insurance rates.
  • Apprehending, adjudicating, and supervising DUI offenders drains limited criminal justice system resources.

Please use the following for guidance only as they do not apply to situations where there is damage to property, as in an accident, or injury or death to another person.

Second DUI Offense (Within 5 years)

  • Jail: Not more than 9 months;
  • Fine: $1,000.00 to $2000.00, with possible penalty assessments;
  • License Suspension: Minimum 5 years;
  • Treatment Program: 18 months or 30 months in alcohol or drug treatment program;

Third DUI Offense (Within 10 years)

  • Jail: Not more than 1 year;
  • Fine: $2,000.00 to $5,000.00, with possible penalty assessments;
  • License Suspension: Minimum 10 years;
  • Treatment Program: 18 months or 30 months in alcohol or drug treatment program;

Fourth DUI Offense (Within 10 years)

  • Jail: Not more than 5 years;
  • Fine: $5,000.00, with possible penalty assessments;
  • License Suspension: Permanent Revocation;
  • Treatment Program: 18 months or 30 months in alcohol or drug treatment program;

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