Legal Advice for Felony DUI — 132 results
Written by Avvo Staff, 12 days ago.
This legal guide explains the various types of DUI and what they mean for you.
Written by attorney Clifton Carden, about 1 year ago.
What are the penalties for a Felony DWI Conviction?
Felony means an offense for which a term of imprisonment over one year may be imposed.
All of the most serious crimes are... more
Written by attorney Shamoon Budhwani, over 1 year ago.
A DUI conviction in California can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. The difference between the two will affect the final sentence given. A misdemeanor conviction will receive a... more
Written by attorney David Haenel, over 1 year ago.
In Sarasota, if you are a charged with a DUI, it is typically a misdemeanor offense. The DUI becomes a felony when the driver has had more than three convictions in the past ten years,... more
Written by attorney Grant Schwarz, 11 months ago.
Ambien, Lunesta Sleeping Medication and DUI
Florida Ambien DUI Defense Attorney Grant Schwarz
Prescription Sleep Aids Like Ambien Can Cause Unintended Side-Effects
Ambien (Generic:... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, about 1 year ago.
What is the difference between a DWI and a DUI in Minnesota?
In Minnesota, there is no distinguishable difference between DWI and DUI. In fact, DUI is part of the DWI statute. To be clear,... more
Written by attorney George Davis, almost 2 years ago.
In New Mexico, a drunken driving offense is referred to as "Driving While Intoxicated" (DWI). Any person driving a vehicle within the state of New Mexico while under the influence of... more
Written by attorney John VanDervoort, about 1 month ago.
In addition to sentencing, there are "collateral" consequences of a DUI conviction There are consequences from losing job, license, insurance, license, Jail, probation, fines, school and... more
Written by attorney James Nesci, 9 months ago.
Texas is following Arizona on what appears to be a slippery-slope which will be affecting more states as time goes on. A new law went into effect on September 1st, 2013 which was passed by... more