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Johnson County Felony DUI Lawyer

Olathe Felony DUI Charge Attorney

In the state of Kansas, a DUI offense is considered a felony if a driver has had two or more DUIs or DWIs in his or her criminal past. This includes DUIs that involved the successful completion of a DUI diversion program. A DUI may also be considered a felony if it involved an accident resulting in a serious injury.

Any felony DUI conviction may result in a jail sentence of up to one year, as well as fines, driver's license suspension and other penalties. At the law firm of Jeremiah L. Johnson, LLC, our experienced drunk driving defense lawyers fight for the rights of our clients and work hard to keep them out of jail. We can answer any questions that you might have about what to expect and what potential penalties you may be facing.

Johnson County Felony DUI Attorney

Upon a third DUI conviction, there may be a mandatory minimum sentence in jail of 90 days. The mandatory minimum fine is $1,500 and may be as high as $2,500. The term of license suspension may be a one-year suspension of driving privileges followed by one year of interlock restrictions. For the refusal of a breath test, the term of license suspension may be three years.

A fourth conviction may increase the potential jail time, license suspension and fines. If there is a fifth conviction, driving privileges are permanently revoked, regardless of whether or not the driver refused or failed the breath test.

Contact Jeremiah L. Johnson, LLC, for a No-Cost Initial Consultation

For more information about our experienced defense for felony DUI and DWI charges, contact the law offices of Jeremiah L. Johnson, LLC. Schedule a no-cost, no-risk initial consultation by calling us toll free at 866-656-1268 or by sending us an e-mail.