Facing a third DUI can be a harrowing experience. The penalties for a third DUI offense are
serious and you should hire an experienced attorney without hesitation. If your third drunk driving arrest in
Tucson occurred within seven years of any previous DUIs, the charges become much more
Jail: You face mandatory jail-time of a minimum of four
months. After four months time you are eligible for probation, commutation or suspension of
the sentence, or release on any other basis. If you owned the vehicle you were driving at the
time of the arrest, the court may also seize your car. Fines and Costs: For your third
DUI you face an extremely expensive amount of fines totaling $150,000. Furthermore you will
also have to pay an additional $250 to the Arizona DUI Abatement fund. Last, if you were arrested after March 13, 2004,
you will have to pay an additionally $1,500.
License: You will have your
driver’s license revoked for years. Treatment program: You will have to complete a
drug/alcohol treatment program.
Probation: After being released from jail,
you may be placed on probation for up to five years.
ID: Your vehicle will
have an ignition interlock device installed.
If you find yourself
facing consequences resulting from a criminal offense, you should consult with an
experienced DUI lawyer who will stand by you and protect your and your justice.To find out more
about our team of legal advisors and how we can help your personal situation, call our
firm, Nesci & St. Louis, P.L.L.C. today at 520.777.0235 for a free