Is a 2nd DUI a Felony in California?
Merely being arrested in California for a second DUI will not make that 2nd DUI a Felony. For a 2nd DUI to be considered a felony, the following must occur.
1. Prior DUI was a Felony, even if the prior was over 10 years ago.
2. During your 2nd DUI, you caused an accident where the victim suffered from great bodily injury.
3. During your 2nd DUI, a individual was killed.
4. During your 2nd DUI, you had illegal drugs in your vehicle, children in your vehicle, or you fled the scene and you’re being charged with Felony Hit and Run. All though this doesn’t technically make your second DUI a felony in California, these are additional felony charges sometimes associated with a DUI.
For more information regarding any 2nd DUI arrest in California, call 877-717-2889 to have the process explained by a 2nd DUI attorney for free.
House Arrest Sounds Great! Where Do I Sign Up?
Please be aware House Arrest or Electronic Monitoring is not available out of every jursidcition for your 2nd DUI, 3rd DUI, or 4th DUI arrest. You”ll have to contact an experienced DUI Lawyer who focuses on multiple DUI offenses to know for sure if house arrest is a viable alternative to jail out of the court where your second DUI, third DUI, or fourth DUI arrest ocurred in....