A third offense high BAC is a felony charge and is very serious. It is important to contact a qualified defense attorney right away to avoid detrimental penalties that can haunt you for years to come. Contact Rudoi Law today.
The penalties resulting from a third offense high BAC charge include one to five years jail-time, fines of up to $5,000, community service, driver’s license revocation for up to 5 years, possible vehicle immobilization or forfeiture, and more. The DMV will also add 6 points to your driver’s license for this offense. A hearing with the DAAD will also be required for your driver’s license to be reinstated, but not before you are faced with driver responsibility fees. You may also be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle when your driver’s license is reinstated.
You can see from the extent of these penalties the seriousness of a third offense high BAC charge. It is in your best interest to contact legal counsel from a qualified and reputable defense lawyer as soon as possible to fight this charge.
Time is of the essence, contact Rudoi Law today.