Oklahoma Third Felony DUI
If a driver is convicted of a DUI, they will face certain penalties and legal repercussions. As with other criminal offenses, the consequences for a DUI become more serious with each subsequent conviction.
Results of a Third Felony DUI
Felony charges for a third DUI can result in:
- Up to 10 years in prison.
- A suspension of driving privileges of up to eight years.
- A fine of up to $5,000.
Additionally, the state will install an ignition interlock device, which is essentially a Breathalyzer test that must be passed before the engine can be started.
Experienced Defense For Repeat Offenses
DUI charges become more serious with repetition. A third conviction could permanently destroy someone’s life.
At Edge Law Firm, we understand the gravity of the situation and will work with you to build a defense. We have extensive knowledge of DUI law and experience in successfully defending clients across the state. We’re ready to get to work for you.