Sounds like you have information on jail and other legal consequences. The license consequenses are also very aggressive with a 5 years suspension, 2 years without lic. prior to application for probationary, very expensive eval and therapy as someone will surely say you need treatment. Plus all the other collateral consequenses the vast majorityof which can be found by following the link on this site that takes you to Mr. William "Bubba" Head's site. Finally, if you look over your sholder you will see some cop drooling for the opportunity to make you a felon and send you to prison for 5 years for the next DUI. Ugly fellow, eh?Ask a similar question
This answer assumes that you are holding a Georgia driver's license and that the DUI offense occurred in Georgia.Here are some of the consequences if you are convicted of this third DUI. Since this is your third offense within ten years from your last conviction this DUI is now classified as a High And Aggravated Misdemeanor. Georgia law requires that you be sentenced to at least 120 days in jail. Although the judge can probate a portion of this term of incarceration, the judge must sentence you to at least 15 days in jail. Home confinement and other alternatives (such as weekends of jail confinement) may be utilized depending on the judge. Your community service will be for 240 hours. Your fine will be not less than $1,000 and not more than $5,000. Unlike a first or second DUI, which resulted in the suspension of your Georgia driver's license, Georgia law requires that if you are convicted of this third DUI your license will be revoked for a period of 5 years and you will be declared a habitual violator. After the passage of 2 years you will be eligible to receive a probationary driver's license for a period not to exceed 3 years if you have fulfilled several prerequisite conditions. For a period of six months following the issuance of the probationary driver's license, you will be required to have an ignition interlock device installed and maintained in each motor vehicle registered in your name and you will not be permitted to drive any car that is not so equipped during this six-month period of time. If you drive while you have not received your probationary driver's license, or in violation of the terms of said probationary license, even if you have not violated any traffic laws, you will be facing a felony conviction.Ask a similar question
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