DUI/DWI FAQ You Should Know
There are many negative implications to having even one DUI charge on your record. The things you took for granted in life such as a driver’s license, a job and a good reputation will fall like dominoes with a DUI conviction. It pays to have an awareness of some DUI/DWI FAQs.
As an Ocala lawyer with over 30 years of experience, David Mengers is a Board Certified Defense attorney dedicated to using his vast knowledge and litigation skills to his clients’ advantage in DUI cases.
Can You Get A DUI While Driving A Boat?
You can get a DUI in more than just a car or truck. Boating while intoxicated is a sizeable portion of the DUI charges in Florida, and is taken just as seriously as driving under the influence on a highway.
What Will Happen If I Refuse A Breathalyzer Test?
You will get your license suspended for one year if you refuse to take a breathalyzer test. If you have a second breathalyzer refusal, your license gets suspended for 18 months.
Can I Get Permission To Drive After A DUI Arrest?
It is possible. You will need to apply for a temporary driving permit within 10 days of your DUI arrest if you need a driver’s license to get to work, which means that you need to secure legal representation as soon as possible.
If I Get Convicted Of A DUI, Will I Lose My License?
Yes, for a first conviction, your license will get suspended for at least 180 days. Other penalties include:
- Probation – Up to one year
- Fines – at least $500
- Jail time – Up to six months
- Mandatory DUI education
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