DUI Defense Attorneys in Orlando, Florida
Fighting Your Drunk Driving Charges
If you or someone you know has been charged with DUI, it is crucial that
you act as quickly as possible. Our Orlando DUI defense attorneys work
closely with our clients to build a strong and strategic defense on their
behalf. A DUI conviction in Florida will carry mandatory penalties that
could affect your reputation for years to come. Not only that but a DUI
conviction can make it difficult to secure employment, student loans,
and housing, creating many obstacles.
At Longwell Lawyers, we care about our clients and their specific cases.
Through proven protocols and procedures, we are able to maximize efficiency,
quality of support, and courtroom success. Our goal is to create a culture
of success, focusing on achieving favorable results on behalf of our clients.
Make sure you get the defense of a former prosecutor on your side by calling
our firm today. We have helped thousands of clients get their lives back
on track, including those who were accused of driving while under the
Florida DUI Penalties
A DUI conviction may result in a wide range of penalties, such as probation,
fines, licenses suspensions/revocations, and even jail time. Our firm
is here to help you avoid, reduce or minimize the potential penalties
and charges you may face.
You can find a summary of Florida DUI penalties listed below:
First offense: Up to $1,000 in fines, 1 year probation, up to 1 year license suspension,
up to 6 months in jail, counseling, community service hours.
Second offense (within 5 years): A maximum of $2,000 in fines, up to 5 year license suspension, 1 year probation,
up to 1 year in jail, car impounded for at least 30 days, ignition device
for at least 1 year, counseling classes.
Second offense (beyond 5 years): The same as the above mentioned penalties, except only a maximum of 1 year
license suspension and a minimum of 10 day impound enforcement.
Third conviction (within 10 years): Felony on record, up to $5,000 in fines, 10 year license suspension, up
to 5 years' probation, 90 day impoundment, up to 5 years in jail,
at least 2 years of an ignition interlock device.
Third conviction (beyond 10 years): Misdemeanor on record, up to $5,000 in fines, up to 1 year license suspension,
up to 1 year jail time, at least 2 years of ignition interlock device,
Fourth conviction (felony): Up to $5,000 in fines, permanent license suspension, up to five years on
probation and in jail, mandatory counseling.
If a minor was a passenger in the vehicle or you had a BAC of .15 or higher,
you could face even more severe penalties. Have more questions about DUI
penalties in Orlando? Allow the attorneys at our firm to provide the support
and counsel you need today!
Call Longwell Lawyers to schedule your free, in-person consultation.