Under Florida law, a fourth (4th) DUI can be charged as a third-degree felony which is punishable by up to five years in Florida State Prison. Perhaps the most serious consequence of a fourth DUI conviction is that a Fourth DUI in Florida results in a permanent revocation of your driver's license.
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Attorney for a Fourth DUI in Tampa, FL
If you have been charged with the felony offense of a Fourth or Subsequent DUI it is important to contact an experienced Tampa DUI Attorney as early in your case as possible. We can help you learn more about the charges pending against you and ways to avoid the typical penalties imposed in these cases.
Contact an attorney with the Sammis Law Firm to discuss possible defenses to this Felony DUI charge. Call 813-250-0500 today.
Punishments for a Fourth DUI in Florida
Pursuant to Florida Statute 316.193(2) any felony conviction for a Fourth or Subsequent DUI can be charged with a felony in the third degree which is punishable by a $5,000 fine and up to five years in Florida State Prison.
A fourth or subsequent DUI can be punished as provided in Florida's habitual or violent offender provisions under Florida Statute Section 775.084.
Contact a criminal defense attorney at the Sammis Law Firm to discuss any DUI in Tampa, FL. At the Sammis Law Firm, our attorneys provide free consultations for anyone charged with a Felony DUI charged as a fourth or subsequent offense under Florida law.