Second and Third Offense DUI
DUI Defense Experience in Franklin, Wiliamson County Tennessee
In addition to all of the isssues for consideration in a DUI First Offense. There are several other factors that must be considered when facing a second DUI or third Offense. An experienced DUI attorney can help you address issues regarding your employment, child custody or visitation and other obligations that may be affected by an arrest for a multiple DUI offense. John Milazo of the Franklin based firm of Milazo Law, P.C. will take the time necessary to help youbuild your defense while sorting out the problems caused by your DUI arrest.
In Tennessee, legal consequences for multiple DUI/DWI offense are severe and can have serious consequences in an offender's life. For instance:
- Fines range from $600 to $10,000
- Minimum jail time ranges from 48 days to 120 days
- Maximum jail time can extend to almost one year
- License revocation ranges from two to ten years
In addition, further consequences can include community service, probation and vehicle seizure. And while a restricted driver's license may be available after a second (but not a third) offense, offenders' licenses will be revoked upon conviction, resulting in the inability to drive to:
- School and work
- Child Care or Visitation and Custody Exchanges
- Clinics, hospitals and other medical facilities
- Church and to the grocery store
For more information on penalties and consequences following a second or third DUI conviction, visit our easy-to-read DUI Offense Chart.
Have you been charged as a repeat or habitual DUI offender? Do you have questions regarding potential legal consequences as well as your criminal defense options? Call 615-599-7719.
At the Franklin, Tennessee, law firm of Milazo Law, John Milazo has sucessfully defended several first, second and third DUI offenses, and can provide effective legal help. We can provide aggressive and experienced criminal defense lawyer following our investigation of:
- The circumstances surrounding your arrest and initial pull-over
- The administration of a standardized field sobriety tasks
- Officers' right to request a chemical blood alcohol content test (BAC) and breathalyzer test
We can also work toward having your license reinstated following your status as a habitual motor vehicle offender (HMVO). For more information regarding our firm and DUI defense services, contact us for a no-charge initial consultation.
If you have criminal defense law legal questions, contact our firm. We offer free initial consultations, accept credit cards and are conveniently located "in the blue house behind Domino's Pizza," also known as the Carter Cotton Gin House, 109 Cleburne Street, Franklin, Tennessee. To contact a lawyer, call 615-599-7719.
Serving clients in Fairview TN, Spring Hill TN, Brentwood TN, Williamson County, Franklin TN, Davidson County, Nashville TN, Maury County, Columbia TN, Mt. Pleasant TN, Rutherford County, Murfreesboro TN, Smyrna TN, Lewis County, Hohenwald TN, Perry County, Linden TN, Sumner County, Gallatin, TN, Hickman County, Centerville TN, Lyles TN, Giles County, Robertson County, Springfield, TN, Pulaski, TN Marshall County, Lewisburg TN, Bedford County, Shelbyville TN, Dickson County, Dickson TN, Burns TN, John M. Milazo would be happy to serve you as well.