A second DUI finding of guilt will result in the revocation of your drivers license as well as 5 days to a possible year in jail and $2,500 fine plus court costs. You are also subject to a 3 year summary suspension of your license. Find yourself an experienced lawyer that practices in your county as there are much more serious consequences now then for your first DUI.
Eric T. Perry
You can lose your license, pay a couple thousand in fines, a serve jail for a week up to a year depending on severity.
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I assume you mean that you refused the test this time? Then you have a 3 year suspension and you cannot drive at all for any reason during that 3 years. In addition to a suspension, if you are convicted of the DUI, your license will be revoked for 1 year if this is your first conviction and 5 years if it is your second. Up to 364 days in jail and or a fine of up to $2500.
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