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Felony DUI Defense Attorney

Felony DUI Defense Attorney 

If you or a loved one has been charged with felony DUI in Los Angeles or elsewhere in the State of California, contact experienced Felony DUI Attorney at The H Law Group. Our felony DUI Defense attorneys have represented countless clients charged with felony DUIs. You should not take felony DUI charges lightly as a conviction carries a maximum prison sentence of 16 months, two years, or three years in California State Prison, as well as a five-year suspension of your driver’s license.

So, if you have been charged with felony DUI, and you value your future and driver’s license, you should promptly contact Los Angeles Felony DUI Attorney at The H Law Group to represent you and keep you from going to prison and losing your driver’s license for a very long period of time. Schedule your free consultation today by filling out the contact form below or by calling us at (213) 370-0404.

What is a Felony DUI?

Most DUIs that are filed in Los Angeles, California are misdemeanor DUIs, however, in some circumstances, the prosecution may bring Felony DUI charges against an individual. If you have been charged with a felony DUI, you should know that a conviction can result in your imprisonment, suspension of your driver’s license for a very long period of time, expensive court fees and fines, completion of a lengthy DUI education program, as well as the loss of your job and/or your professional license. So, if you have been charged with a felony DUI, you should immediately contact an experienced Los Angeles Felony DUI Defense Attorney to represent you and mitigate the harsh consequences that a felony DUI conviction will have on your future.

Who Can be Charged with a Felony DUI?

In Los Angeles, an individual can be charged with a felony DUI in a variety of circumstances. An individual who has three prior DUIs and is being charged with a fourth offense DUI, can and probably will be charged with a felony DUI. Also, an individual who is caught driving under the influence and causes injury to another person(s) can be charged with felony DUI. The fourth circumstance in which an individual can be charged with felony DUI is if an individual kills a person while he is driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and/or drugs.

At The H Law Group, we have represented hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals who have been charged with first offense, second offense, third offense, and fourth offense felony DUIs. So, we have accumulated invaluable knowledge and experience that we will use to defend you, and keep you from going to prison and losing your driver’s license for a very long period of time. At the outset of every case, our DUI attorneys examine the facts of each case to determine whether a dismissal is possible on the present facts, if a dismissal is not possible, our attorneys will do everything in their power to negotiate the best possible plea deal for you.

Felony DUI Conviction Penalties

If the prosecution convicts an individual of felony DUI, an individual faces the following consequences:

  • Sixteen months, two years, or three years in California State Prison
  • Fine that ranges from $390 to $1000
  • Suspension of your driver’s license for up to five years
  • Enrollment in and completion of an 18-month or 30-month DUI education program
  • Placement on probation for three to five years
  • Payment of more expensive insurance premium
  • The loss of your job
  • The loss of your professional license

These are the potential consequences that a felony DUI conviction can have on your future. There may be more consequences or punishments that the court can order, but these are the ones that we typically see on a daily basis. So, now that you know a felony DUI conviction can have painful consequences that can last for a very long time, you should contact a DUI defense attorney at The H Law Group to defend you and mitigate the consequences you face.

Contact an Experienced Felony DUI Defense Attorney

If you or a loved one has been charged with a DUI, you should immediately contact an experienced Felony DUI defense attorney to represent you, and mitigate the potential consequences a conviction for this crime can have on your future. At the beginning of every case we handle, our attorneys comb through the facts of our client’s case to assess whether a dismissal is possible, if a dismissal is possible, our criminal defense attorneys will argue that with the court and prosecution.

However, if a dismissal is not possible, our attorneys will do everything in their power to negotiate the best possible plea deal for you. Schedule your free consultation today by filling out the contact form below or by calling us at 1 (213) 370-0404.