Second DUI Offense in Olathe

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If you are facing charges of a second DUI offense, don't hesitate to hire a competent Olathe DUI defense attorney. Contact Martin & Wallentine today. With an experienced defense attorney on your side, you could avoid a wrongful conviction and the penalties of a second DUI. Your initial consultation is free, so call now to schedule an appointment.

Consequences of a Second DUI Conviction

One conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) can result in hefty penalties, but a second DUI offenses incurs even harsher penalties. The Kansas Department of Transportation lists the following penalties for DUI offenses:

First DUI Offense:

  • 48 hours of mandatory imprisonment or 100 hours of community service
  • $500-$1,000 fine
  • Court costs, probation and evaluation fees
  • Completion of a court-ordered alcohol and drug safety action education program and/or treatment program
  • 30-day license suspension
  • Vehicle impoundment for up to one year

Second DUI Offense:

  • 90 days to one year imprisonment
  • $1,000-$1,500 fine
  • Court costs, probation and evaluation fees
  • Completion of a court-ordered treatment program
  • One-year license suspension, followed by one year of driving with an ignition interlock
  • Vehicle impoundment for up to one year

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