Answered less than a minute ago. What's his best bet? Get the best attorney he can find. You need a good criminal defense attorney. I'd strongly suggest you find someone who focuses on criminal law and who routinely practices in the court where this case will be heard.
It sounds as though he has prior strike(s) from the burglary convictions, but a new felony would be 25 to life, not 15 to life. The current DUI with injury is also a strike because I the great bodily injury enhancement.
The two prior DUI convictions only complicate things. I hope neither of the two injured parties does or r is looking at murder charges under Prople v. Watson.
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This is a serious case and he needs a good attorney. There is a lot going on here and this will nit be solved in one court appearance.
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That offer is horrible and this person should not consider this offer without sound legal advice. If he accepts the 15 to life, how much time will he get? 15 to life. He could die in prison as an old man.
This person better get an attorney.
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