I got a DUI when I was 17 and my BAC was .03%. When I was 19, I got a DUI with a .10% BAC. I only lost my license for 9 months, and I received no jail time or even community service. I recently received another for driving under the influence of my prescription Xanax.
It seems that they treated my second one as a first since I did not lose my license for the mandatory two years, and I was not required to do community service. I am currently attending college. What are the chances that I will go to jail for this most recent offense? My lawyer seems to think that since I did not lose my license for two years the second time, the latest one will not be treated as the third and will not get jail time.
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