2 dui's and dwi
You have now violated your probation on what I'm assuming is a misdemeanor (because you didn't state that it was a felony in your question). That means that your sentence can be revoked and you can be sentenced to county jail for up to 1 year. For the new DUI, you have committed a felony. Assuming that you have not had any other felonies on your record, your range of punishment is a minimum of 1 year and maximum of 5 years in state prison. You need to hire a lawyer NOW.
Worse case ... your existing suspended gets revoked and you get sentenced to do the entire sentence incarcerated. AND you end up with the maximum o the second charge with none of it suspended. You get maxed out on fines as well.
Secure counsel, and try to resolve as far removed from the worse case scenario as you can obtain.
Many things can happen, and, unfortunately, none of them are good. Your second DUI charge is a felony, carrying 1 to 5 years in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. Based on you picking up a new DUI charge, it is likely the State will seek to revoke your suspended sentence and put you in jail.
That said, you need to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as humanly possible! I do not mean to sound all "doom and gloom" regarding your situation, but it is very serious. A defense attorney worth his/her salt can possibly help you avoid many of the consequences I referenced above.
Yes, these are the worst case scenarios. Yes, you need an attorney ASAP. Yes, you are in a very precarious situation. No one has given you incorrect information.
That being said, I am not a fan of scare tactics. At all. There are alternative sentencing programs in Oklahoma for felony DUI, especially if it is your first one. It is difficult to say what your potential case outcome might actually look like based on the information provided; this is likely where the worst case scenarios are arising from- we just don't know enough of the story. Get an attorney who has a demonstrated reputation in OKC and isn't trying to scare you to death.
On a more personal, direct level, it is time to seriously consider rehab and/or extensive AA meetings. A second DUI while still on probation puts you very clearly into the category of alcoholic. There's no shame in that, it's a disease and a terribly widespread one at that. Proactive treatment and personal change is the only way to ensure you get your life back on track and don't end up in DOC, dead, or killing someone while behind the wheel.
If this is a Oklahoma County Case: The first DUI is a misdemeanor and the second is a felony. My assumption from reading your question would be that the first DUI was truly your first DUI. You could be revoked on your deferred and go to prison for 1-5 years. However, realistically, your deferred will be accelerated to a suspended and your new DUI will be on a suspended sentence. You will have more community service and higher fines. And you need to hire an attorney. You will not be able to do this yourself.
I think in light of your new DUI I think it is time to reconsider your drinking. You might need to go to rehab, AA, NA, Celebrate Recovery, etc.
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