Second DUI / OVI Charge in Dayton
Arrested for DUI with a prior conviction?
In Ohio, repeat
DUI offenders are heavily punished. A second DUI or OVI charge will subject you to:
- Hefty fines
- License suspension
- Mandatory term in jail
Since the consequences for a second DUI offense are so serious, it is vital
that you contact a highly competent Dayton criminal defense attorney who
you can trust to do everything possible for you legally.
Gounaris Abboud, LPA is listed in the National Advocacy for DUI Defense
"Top 100 DUI Attorneys in Ohio" and has the knowledge and experience
that to create a defense that could allow you to walk away without further
damage. As the
DUI penalties will be extensive in a second conviction, the need for top quality defense
counsel cannot be overstated.
The Penalties for a Second DUI / OVI in Ohio
If you have been charged with your second DUI or OVI offense in Ohio, you
could be facing a long list of penalties. For this reason, it is imperative
that you move quickly to retain the help of an experienced DUI attorney
as soon you have been arrested.
When you get in touch with Gounaris Abboud, LPA,
we can assist you in fighting the following legal consequences:
- Jail sentence of 10 days to 1 year
- $350 to $1,500 in fines
- License suspension of 1 to 5 years
Skilled Representation for Multiple DUI Offenses
If you are facing a second DUI charge, you have a real reason to be worried
about the future. One of our Dayton DUI lawyers can provide you with the
level of representation you will need to protect your rights, and fight
for a positive outcome. Whether you were subjected to
field sobriety tests or breath tests that improperly administered, or you are the victim of
an illegal police stop, there is hope for your case.
When we represent you, our first action will be to fully assess the details
of your case to find any error or area that is open to challenge –
and we look deep into the facts to help us to create a strategy that could win.
Get the professional legal counsel you deserve.
Call us today.