How Is Repeat DUI Different Than A First Offense?

A second-offense DUI will be even more serious than your previous DUI conviction. Georgia uses a system of "look back" periods, which refers to the amount of time between this DUI and your previous one. "Look back" periods determine the penalties somebody receives for a criminal charge. For example, the length of your license suspension could increase if your last DUI was a recent offense.

Second-offense DUIs may also have stricter requirements for reinstating your license. Some of the requirements may include completion of a drunk driving course or use of an ignition interlock device whenever you drive.

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Attorney Alfred Fargione has a deep knowledge of criminal law, which has led to great success for clients in tough situations. Our team knows how to build a strategy to reduce or drop the charges against you.

We receive many referrals from past clients who appreciate our approach and our ability to improve grave situations. Especially when you are facing a repeat DUI, you need a lawyer with results you can trust.

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You may avoid hiring a DUI attorney due to cost. We offer all potential clients a free consultation to speak with us about their case. If you hire us, we charge a fixed fee for our services, rather than an hourly rate like most attorneys. You will know exactly how much the process costs before continuing.

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