A third DUI automatically mandates 120 days of jail time with possibility of up to a year. In addition, you will be put on either court or formal probation for 3-5 years, fines that can add up to $3,000, license suspension or restriction up to 3 years, and 18 months of DUI school. Court fees and costs could be paid over time with interest, in full within 45 days, or can be partially worked off with community service.
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If the Department of Motor Vehicles decides on a suspended license, you are prohibited from any driving. A restricted license allows you to drive to and from work or school. As with the second DUI, an ignition interlock device will be installed in your car if given a suspended license. An ignition interlock device is a portable breath-testing device that prevents your car from starting if the breath sample provided exceeds the limit it is set to, which is usually no alcohol.
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Driving Under the Influence usually counts as misdemeanors. However, if you are reaching your fourth DUI conviction, it might be charged as a felony DUI, especially if there are dangerous factors involved such as injuries, damage, children and the such.
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