What are the penalties for DUI with prior convictions?


Obviously, the more times you get convicted of the crime of DUI, the worse the penalties are going to get, and it's gotten worse and worse through the years. Right now, a second offense that's ... If the date of the offense is within five years of a prior conviction, you're facing a five-year loss of your driver's license, a mandatory minimum of 10 days in jail, up to nine months in the county jail. If it's your third offense for DUI and the date of the offense, in other words, the date that you got arrested, is within 10 years of a prior conviction, regardless of when the first one was, you're facing a ... could be a felony DUI, which is up to five years in the Department of Corrections and a 10-year loss of your driver's license.