Second DUI Offense in Florida
Arrested for DUI again? Let me defend your rights!
As with most criminal matters, repeated instances of DUI consequently mean
heightened penalties for each instance. If you have been convicted for
DUI in the last five years and have just been arrested for another DUI,
you are facing more serious penalties than those before.
It is vital to the outcome of your case that you seek qualified defense
immediately. Contact my firm in order to
schedule a free consult!
I am Jonathan Blecher and I have more than 30 years of legal experience
to offer you. A DUI conviction can have a detrimental impact on your current
and future career or educational pursuit. At my firm, we use our experience
and resources in order to provide our clients with thorough and aggressive
defense representation for all alcohol-related driving offenses. Get the
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What are the penalties for a second DUI?
A 2nd DUI conviction that occurs after 5 years of another conviction will
result in a number of serious penalties, including the following:
- 180 day to 1 year license revocation (without hardship license)
- 9 months in jail
- up to $2,000 in fines
- installation of an ignition interlock device for up to a year
If your BAC levels were above .15%, then penalties are increased to a year
in jail, $4,000 in fines, and an ignition interlock device for two years.
License Reinstatement for a 2nd DUI
FHSMV, you cannot reinstate early for reinstatement of your license due to hardship
when serving penalty for a second DUI. The full revocation period must
be served before requesting driver license reinstatement. The second DUI
conviction within a five-year period of the first will result in a five-year
You may apply for a hardship license at the Administrative Reviews Office
after serving one year from effective date of revocation. DUI School,
and treatment, if referred, must be completed and you must have a favorable
recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible
for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate early for hardship,
you must present this approval to the driver license office. You must
remain in the Special Supervision Services Program for the duration of
the revocation period to retain your hardship license.
Even if you wait until the revocation period ends in order to apply for
reinstatement of your license, you will still need to provide proof that
you completed or are enrolled in the required DUI school and treatment.
Failure to complete the course within 90 days after reinstatement will
result in cancellation of your driver license by the department until
the course is completed.
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Arrested for your second DUI? Don't hesitate to contact Miami DUI Attorney
Jonathan Blecher. He has over three decades of experience defending the
criminally charged and has been extensively recognized for his skills.
With over 3,000 DUI cases successfully defended, you can rest assured
that he is well-equipped to handle your case as well.
Contact Jonathan Blecher, P.A. today!