That won't happen. Your simple DUI is a lessor included offense of the DUI with property damage/personal injury. You can be convicted of one or the other but not both. You can be convicted of multiple DUI's if you hit multiple cars but that is not what happened here. You need to hire a good DUI attorney and try to avoid a DUI conviction altogether as you are not allowed a hardship license with two DUI convictions. Good luck. www.BryceFetter.com
In order to be convicted of multiple counts, it must relate to multiple vehicles or multiple injuries. Otherwise, you're looking at a 2nd conviction outside of 5 years, which carries a mandatory 12 month license suspension with NO provisional hardship license. I strongly suggest you hire an experienced DUI attorney in the county where the case is pending.
Best of luck!
Amir A. Ladan
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