Jacksonville Lawyer For Repeat And Felony DUI

With each DUI you accrue, the sentencing becomes progressively worse. In the state of Florida, you can face up to a year of jail time after just your second conviction. In addition, the cost of fines and fees greatly increases with each conviction. A second offense could have you paying up to $4,000 in fines.

The penalties for a DUI also increase if it is an aggravated or felony DUI. This could be charged if your blood alcohol content was over a certain limit or if others were harmed because you were driving drunk.

If you are facing a repeat or felony DUI charge, it is important that you aggressively fight, working with a DUI lawyer who is experienced in handling these charges and whom you can trust to protect your interests. Call attorney Charles L. Truncale today at 904-469-0653.

Mr. Truncale has more than 30 years working in criminal law, including over two decades experience as a state and federal prosecutor. A skilled trial lawyer, he is prepared to fight aggressively to protect your interests and liberties. He will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your current and past DUI charges, creating knowledgeable and strategic defenses on your behalf.

If you are facing your second DUI, prosecutors can go back up to five years to find previous convictions. For a third DUI, prosecutors can look back 10 years for previous convictions. If applicable, Mr. Truncale will contest past charges to minimize the sentencing guidelines that can be used against you.

It is important that you have representation you know understands prosecutor's tactics. Call Charles L. Truncale, P.A., today at 904-469-0653.