Felony DUI Lawyer Bloomington, IL
Reliable & Skilled Advocacy for Felony & Repeat DUIs
When you are facing charges for a repeat or felony DUI, it is important to have someone on your side who is dedicated to fighting any accusations being brought against you. At Johnson Law Group, our Bloomington & Normal, IL DUI attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience, and we are well versed in handling major driving offenses. One DUI charge is bad enough, but when you are facing a second or third, or felony offense, you need trusted, aggressive legal counsel on your side to help challenge the evidence in your case.
Are you facing DUI charges for a second or third time?
A first DUI conviction usually causes loss of your driver's license for up to a year or, at minimum, suspension. The penalties increase with each repeat offense. A second DUI could cause you to lose your driver's license for at least a year, up to three years, and may lead to jail time.
Under Illinois law, a third DUI arrest can be charged as a felony, causing a revoked license, damage to your permanent criminal record, and mandatory jail time.
In fact, multiple DUIs, or felony DUI, may result in the following:
- Large fines
- Substantial prison time
- Loss of your driver's license
- Mandatory alcohol counseling
- Restitution for any damage caused
When prison is a strong possibility, you need an aggressive criminal defense attorney who has experience working in Illinois' court system and who will make sure that every possible defense strategy is exhausted in fighting to protect your rights and freedom. We can also assist with driver's license reinstatement after conviction for multiple DUI.
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When you risk losing your driver's license or facing jail time, you need an attorney who will help negotiate plea arrangements that can help minimize the impact of multiple and / or felony DUI charges. For example, we may be able to seek restriction of your driving privileges instead of losing your driver's license altogether. We may also be able to seek mandatory counseling and other alternative sentencing options to help you avoid prison.
To schedule your free, confidential consultation, contact our Bloomington & Normal, IL DUI offender lawyers online today. You may also call our firm at (309) 565-8825 to discuss your situation.
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