Something doesn't add up. A normal offer I would expect for a second DUI would be 10 days jail and the balance of a year for probation. 3 months jail followed by 3 months probation would be harsh but not shocking or unheard of. A 5 year drivers license suspension also would be possible on a second DUI. Having a BAC of .02 would give him a presumption of sobriety (anything less than .05%) unless drugs (illegal or prescription) are an issue in the case. I would recommend that he either talk to an attorney or sit down with his public defender and find out more information.Ask a similar question
I am sorry but your question is rambling and confusing. perhaps it is best if you call someone local (a dui lawyer) to see if they can answer your question over the phone.
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It would be best if you met face to face with an attorney to discuss these matters. The facts are a bit confusing as you relate them.
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