Skilled Legal Help For Repeat DUI And DWI Offenders

If you have been convicted previously of drunk driving, you will face very steep penalties in the criminal courts of Virginia. In recent years, the state has increased the penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges.

A second offense within five or 10 years is extremely serious. If convicted of your second DUI within five years, you will lose your license for three years and face a minimum of 20 days in jail. If convicted of your second DUI within 10 years, you will lose your license for three years and face a minimum of 10 days in jail. A third offense is a felony. This means you cannot afford to put off seeking help from an experienced DUI lawyer. Any delay can make it more difficult to get the result in court that you seek.

Fighting For The Rights Of Repeat Offenders

At the Warrenton law firm of Mark B. Williams & Associates, PLC, we have successfully defended many drivers against drunk driving charges. We can assist you if you are facing the loss of your license, heavy fines or jail time.

We will explore all options in order to build the best procedural or factual defense for your unique situation. Through the use of negotiation, we will try to get a second or third DUI reduced to a first or second. This can make a huge difference in your future and is worth fighting for.

Experienced Lawyers Who Are Skilled In Virginia Courtrooms

Don't trust your future to just anyone. Hire a DUI defense attorney who has years of experience and a proven record of success defending people facing their second or subsequent DUI offenses.

Contact us online or call us in Warrenton at 540-254-0757 to schedule your consultation with a lawyer today. Our repeat offender defense lawyers provide legal assistance to individuals throughout Fauquier County and to visitors in Virginia.