What Happens on a Second Offense Extreme DUI?

(Last Updated On: October 30, 2018)

Second Offense Extreme DUI Penalties

If any person is convicted of a second offense extreme DUI and has previously been convicted of extreme DUI or a non-extreme DUI, then the court shall order a jail term of 45 days, but the court may suspend all but 14 days so long as certain requirements are met.

A period of supervised probation for approximately 12 to 24 months is required upon release from custody.

The court will also order a fine of at least $800 plus surcharges, assessments and administrative costs.

In addition, the court will order an alcohol screening test, treatment, revocation of driving privileges for one year and may order a period of community service.

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