Florida has some of the most severe punishments when it comes to a DUI conviction. Whether this is your first or third DUI offense, the risks involved can put your name, your freedom, and even your finances in jeopardy. That is why as soon as you have been arrested for a DUI charge in Hollywood, make sure that you secure the legal services of Fischer Redavid PLLC. We are an esteemed firm that can deliver the results that you want and deserve. From 2015 to 2016, our skilled DUI attorney had a perfect record of successful representation. In the seven DUI trials that we had, all our clients have been acquitted of their DUI charges. When you contact our firm, we are prepared to do the same for you. We are knowledgeable in proven DUI defense strategies and unafraid to think outside the box for other approaches in helping you avoid facing harsh DUI punishments.
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Under Florida law, every DUI conviction has certain mandatory minimum punishments. However, depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, the prosecutor may decide to push for “enhanced” penalties or a maximum discretionary punishment. We listed the minimum mandatory penalties below to give you an idea on what you are up against with a DUI conviction.
First DUI offense:
Second DUI office (within five years of previous DUI):
Second DUI (outside the five years of previous DUI):
Third DUI (within 10 years of previous DUI):
Third DUI (outside the 10 years of previous DUI):
Fourth DUI (within a lifetime):
Upon your DUI arrest, your driver’s license is subject to suspension under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). The police officer will issue you a ticket that you can use as your temporary permit to drive. The ticket is valid for 10 days and you can either request for an administrative hearing with the DHSMV or give up your right to a hearing in exchange for a hardship license.
The DMV hearing is a separate action and less formal proceeding that only concerns your driver’s license. If you wish to go through the DMV hearing, our Hollywood DUI attorney is prepared to represent you throughout the whole process. We can challenge the evidence presented against you, cross-examine witnesses, and help you restore your driving privileges. However, in the event that your license have already been suspended before speaking with us, you can still obtain a driving permit through a hardship license.
There are two types of hardship license:
Fischer Redavid PLLC recognizes the importance of your driving privileges in your day-to-day routine. When you entrust your DUI case with us, we not only ensure that your driver’s license is protected, we also protect you from facing all the other penalties for DUI. Since 2016, our winning streak has never faltered and we are committed to keeping it that way for years to come.
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