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Lombard Multiple DUI Defense Attorney

Skilled Defense Against Multiple DUI Charges in DuPage County and Surrounding Cities

If you have been arrested for DUI and have at least one past conviction, another conviction will incur harsher penalties such as heavy fines, jail time, and loss of driving privileges for an extended period of time. However, just because you have a past conviction does not mean you cannot successfully defend against the current charge. With the right strategy developed by experienced DUI defense lawyers, it is possible to secure a successful outcome in your case.

Since 1979, Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices has represented clients in cases involving multiple DUI arrests and all other types of criminal charges in Chicagoland and throughout Illinois. Our award-winning attorneys are former prosecutors and former public defenders, and we have extensive experience successfully litigating criminal cases at all levels of the Illinois and federal court system. We are skilled litigators inside the courtroom and strong negotiators outside of court, and we put our experience to work to advocate aggressively on behalf of each client we serve.

When you are charged with a DUI, we go to work immediately to ensure that your rights are protected. We have in-depth knowledge of the scientific procedures involved with Breathalyzers, blood tests, and other types of tests. We are prepared to challenge the validity of these tests and question their accuracy and reliability. We are also ready to challenge other circumstances involved in your case, such as a potentially unlawful police stop. After a thorough investigation, we will identify any and all holes in your case that can be used to your advantage.

Penalties for Multiple DUIs in Illinois

Convictions for two or more DUIs bring very harsh penalties:

  • Second DUI Conviction: Fines of up to $2,500, up to 12 months in jail with mandatory imprisonment for five days or 240 hours of community service, and five-year license revocation.
  • Third DUI Conviction: Fines of up to $25,000, three to seven years in jail, and 10-year license revocation.
  • Fourth DUI Conviction: Fines of up to $25,000, three to seven years in prison, and lifetime license revocation.

After the fourth conviction, the penalties continue to increase with sentences as high as 30 years in prison. If there are other aggravated circumstances, such as child endangerment or causing serious injuries or fatalities, the penalties will be higher. Following the revocation of your license for a second or subsequent DUI conviction, you may be able to obtain an restricted driving permit (RDP), and you will be required to have a breath-alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) installed on any vehicles you drive. The use of a BAIID for five years will be required before your full driving privileges can be restored. After a fourth DUI conviction, you will be required to serve five years of a license revocation before you can apply for an RDP, and you will also be required to use a BAIID on all vehicles you drive for the rest of your lifetime.

Contact Our Naperville Multiple DUI Defense Lawyers

At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, our number one priority is you. We understand that the time following a DUI arrest can be difficult, and we work hard to make your experience with us as smooth and seamless as possible. We offer free initial consultations and extended evening and weekend hours for your convenience, and we respond quickly to all questions or concerns. With so much on the line, you cannot afford to leave your future freedom to chance. Contact our office today at 630-932-9100 for a free consultation with one of our skilled multiple DUI defense attorneys.

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