The Clurt has some discretion here but has the authority to impose the maximum. Additionally, if you are still serving your sentence for the DUI, you are facing a potential for additional jail time. You need to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney and stop driving.Ask a similar question
As an ungraded misdemeanor, it will depend on your prior record. In Dauphin County, charges like this rarely receive incarceration, however, house arrest is an available option.
If you had a BAC above a .02 while driving, the court has much less discretion.
It is imperative that you speak with a local DUI defense attorney, such as myself to advise you appropriately.
F. Dean Morgan
The Morgan Law Firm
All three of my colleagues have answered your question correctly. However, to be honest, based upon the premise that this is your third offense, you are not offering the judge many viable options. Now it is time for you to hire to an experienced criminal defense attorney. Most offer a brief initial consultation at no charge. Pick wisely!Ask a similar question
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