Penalties for a Felony DUI
The state of Nevada issues mandatory jail time for those convicted of a
felony DUI. Regardless of how much the judge may like you, he or she is
not legally permitted to grant you probation. The consequences for felony
DUI's vary depending on which circumstance your case falls under.
For the third DUI conviction in 7 years, the jail sentence will be 1 to
6 years in prison. If your DUI caused bodily harm or death to other individuals,
the prison term is a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 20 years.
You Need an Aggressive Las Vegas DUI Lawyer
There aren't many people who would choose to spend 20 years in prison,
and it is vitally important that you contact a Las Vegas DUI lawyer immediately
after you are charged with a
DUI. A DUI attorney may be able to help you avoid jail time for some third
offense DUI convictions, and can help you reduce the time spent in jail
for other circumstances. When you contact The Brown Law Offices, you will
begin receiving legal counsel and personalized attention from a DUI legal
expert. A lawyer from our firm will be available at all times to answer
your tough questions and to alleviate your concerns.
We will work tirelessly on your behalf to explore every legal option for
lowering your charges. Founding attorney Phil Brown has worked as a prosecutor
for over 14 years, and is intimately familiar with the tactics that prosecutors
will use to try and convict you.
Contact a Las Vegas felony DUI attorney who truly cares about your case. Call The Brown Law Offices today for
your free consultation!