Kitsap County Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer

In Kitsap County, a DUI is usually considered a gross misdemeanor. This is serious, but it is not as serious as the charge of felony DUI. If you are convicted of felony DUI, you face these possible penalties:

  • Up to five years in prison
  • Up to a $10,000 fine
  • License revocation for one year
  • SR22 insurance and satisfactory completion of treatment
  • Loss of voting rights
  • Deportation (if you are not here legally)
  • Forfeiture of vehicle
  • Evaluation and treatment
  • Ignition interlock requirement of one, five or 10 years
  • A felony on your criminal record
  • Subsequent community supervision

Skilled Lawyer for First, Second, Third Offense DUI and More

Other DUI-related crimes include:

  • Minor DUI, age 21 or younger
  • First offense DUI
  • Second offense DUI
  • Third offense DUI
  • Fourth offense DUI
  • DUI with other substances
  • DUI and commercial licenses
  • Felony DUI

When Does a Washington State DUI Become a Felony?

  • When you are a multiple offender. If you have been charged four times in a 10-year period, your fifth charge will be for felony DUI.
  • When you have a prior conviction for vehicular assault or vehicular homicide — even if they occurred in another state.

What Can Michael A. Dunn's Law Firm Do for You?

  • He can listen to your side of the story.
  • He can explain your best options to you.
  • He can work to get your case dismissed — the best possible outcome.
  • He can negotiate a lesser charge.
  • He can take your case to trial, protecting your rights at every step.

Felony DUI Attorney Serving Bremerton

Do you need an experienced DUI attorney here in Kitsap County? Call drunk driving defense attorney Michael A. Dunn at 360-443-4421, toll free 800-673-9826.

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