If you are facing your fourth DUI charge, you could face up to $1000 in fines and receive up to five years in jail. If convicted, your driver’s license would be revoked. At this point, you should seek out help from an attorney. You need a professional with experience on your side to make your case.
Misdemeanors and Felonies
If you injure someone or harm someone’s property with your vehicle while under the influence, you may be facing a misdemeanor. Misdemeanors are serious charges, and your employer may ask about them in the future. You could receive 90 days in jail or up to $1000 in fines. More importantly, if you receive three DUIs in a ten-year period, you will have a felony on your record. You will also receive a felony if you have four DUIs in any period of time. Talk to a lawyer who specializes in DUI cases for more information.