DUI Defense When You Have Past Convictions

Illinois prosecutors treat all DUI charges seriously, but anyone facing repeat DUI charges faces an extremely difficult battle if he or she is not represented by an experienced, aggressive DUI defense attorney.

At Camic Johnson, Ltd., we put our clients' needs first, and we work quickly to reduce or eliminate our clients' charges or potential penalties. We have more than a century of combined legal experience and have been trusted to represent police officers, prosecutors and other high-profile individuals throughout the years. We have built a history of success grounded in our ability to work as a team and our unwavering dedication to securing the best outcome possible.

Get the help you need to fight back against multiple DUI charges. Contact the Greater Chicago law firm of Camic Johnson, Ltd., online today, or call 630-859-0135 to speak with an experienced multiple DUI offenses defense lawyer today.

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Second and Subsequent DUIs — Potential Penalties

The penalties for repeat DUI convictions can be quite severe, and prosecutors typically argue for the maximum penalties:

  • Second DUI: A second DUI conviction is a Class A misdemeanor and could result in a minimum five-day jail sentence, license suspension up to five years, a fine of up to $2,500 and the installation of an ignition interlock device for restricted driving privileges.
  • Third DUI: A third DUI conviction is a Class 2 felony and could result in a three- to five-year prison sentence, license suspension for up to 10 years, up to $25,000 in fines and the installation of an ignition interlock device for restricted driving privileges.
  • Fourth DUI: A fourth DUI conviction is a Class 2 felony and results in a lifetime suspension of a person's driving privileges without the ability to obtain a restricted driving permit, three- to seven-year prison sentence and up to $25,000 in fines.
  • Fifth DUI: A fifth DUI conviction is a Class 1 felony and could result in a four- to 15-year prison sentence and up to $25,000 in fines.

It is important to contact our firm as soon as possible after your arrest. We will work quickly to analyze your situation and aggressively protect your rights throughout your entire case.

Contact an Elgin Habitual DUI Offender Defense Attorney

Get the experienced help you need today by contacting Camic Johnson, Ltd., online today. You may also schedule an initial consultation by calling our office at 630-859-0135.

Most initial meetings are provided free of charge.