DUI Defense Lawyer Serving Lake County, Illinois

Driving While License Suspended/Revoked Due to DUI

First conviction — Class A misdemeanor; possible imprisonment of up to 12 months; mandatory imprisonment of 10 days in jail or 30 days of community serv­ice; fines of up to $2,500; suspension of driving privileges for double the original suspension period or additional revocation of 1 year; may result in seizure or for­feiture of vehicle.

Second conviction — Class 4 felony; possible imprisonment of 1-3 years; min­imum 30 days in jail or 300 hours of community service; fines of up to $25,000; suspension of driving privileges for double the original suspension period or additional revocation of 1 year; may result in seizure or forfeiture of vehicle.

Third conviction — Class 4 felony; possible imprisonment of 1-3 years; mini­mum 30 days in jail or 300 hours of community service; fines of up to $25,000; suspension of driving privileges for double the original suspension period or additional revocation of 1 year; may result in seizure or forfeiture of vehicle.

Fourth through ninth conviction — Class 4 felony; possible imprisonment of 1-3 years; minimum 180 days in jail; fines of up to $25,000; suspension of driv­ing privileges for double the original suspension period or additional revoca­tion of 1 year; may result in seizure or forfeiture of vehicle.

10th through 14th conviction — Class 3 felony; possible imprisonment of 2-5 years; not eligible for probation or conditional discharge; fines of up to $25,000; suspension of driving privileges for double the original suspension period or additional revocation of 1 year; may result in seizure or forfeiture of vehicle.

Contact Attorney Matthew R. Gebhardt if you need help with your DUI or driver’s license suspension case. Call 773-898-8745 or 847-239-4703 for a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.