The Serious Consequences Of A Felony DUI
Colorado has one of the toughest felony DUI laws in the country. The charges and penalties are serious, and repeat offenders could be facing a felony conviction. If you have been convicted of three DUIs, DWAIs or other alcohol-related charges, a fourth DUI conviction become a class 4 felony. If you have been charged with multiple DUIs, it’s critical that you have an experienced attorney on your side.
At McAdams Law Office, our lead attorney has handled hundreds of DUI cases. As a former prosecutor, he also has the insight and knowledge that comes with being on the other side of the table. The combination of experience and knowledge is necessary to offer you legal counsel you can trust at a time when you need it the most.
Severe Penalties For A Felony DUI
The consequences of a felony DUI conviction are steep. They can include:
- Up to 12 years in prison
- Fines up to $500,000
Three years mandatory parole
If the courts believe there is any chance of rehabilitation, prison will likely be discouraged. A seasoned DUI lawyer can help ensure that the court sees you as a viable candidate for rehabilitation, which will help keep you out of prison.
The Experience You Need
Our lead attorney has earned certification in field sobriety testing and blood alcohol testing, which is the same certification that police officers must take to administer these tests. Because of this advanced understanding and insight into the administration of these tests, he is able to evaluate results with a scrutiny that most other attorneys cannot. He can help discover errors in the way officers administered the test or even the science of the test itself.
Mr. McAdams is the experienced Greeley lawyer you need. He will provide a candid and honest assessment of your situation while laying out your options. Whether it’s getting the charges reduced through plea arrangement or taking your case to trial, we are determined and prepared to find the most ideal outcome for you.