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Seventh Missouri DUI

June 9, 2021


A seventh DUI in Missouri is a A felony, meaning it carries significant prison time. Felony DUI's do not get any more serious than this. At this point, you have no doubt been given all the second chances that a prosecutor or judge is willing to give you. You cannot hope for a plea agreement that involves little to no jail time. You need a skilled Missouri DUI Attorney to avoid jail.

Even if you get probation you will still have to serve two years in jail. Felony DUI cases require a dedicated and experienced lawyer like Anthony Bretz. He can help you by using his proven skills in the courtroom and his understanding of the intricacies of Missouri DUI law.

**You ONLY have 15 days to file a Request for an Administrative Hearing or a Petition for Review in order to prevent your driver's license from being suspended or revoked.**

Before you go to court, you need an aggressive Missouri DUI Defense Attorney like Anthony Bretz representing you.

  1. A class A felony criminal record if you have been classified as a Habitual DUI offender and already have been convicted as a Habitual DUI offender.

  2. From a minimum of two years in prison if granted probation, or ten years to thirty years in prison, or life.

  3. Loss of your license for 10 years.

  4. Loss of your license for 90 days or 1 year, though a Restricted Driving Privilege can be obtained.

  5. You will be assessed Court Costs which vary depending on the court your case is in.

  6. Five years of Supervised Probation with fees, after serving 2 years in prison.

  7. You will have to participate and complete a Substance Awareness Traffic Offenders Program (SATOP).

  8. You will have to participate and complete a Victim Impact Panel (VIP) presentation by MADD.

  9. You may have to complete Community Service.

  10. You may be ordered to submit to continuous alcohol monitoring or verifiable breath alcohol testing performed a minimum of four times per day.

*DUI's can result in loss of driving privileges via a criminal conviction, through points, or via an administrative action; additionally, you could wind up having to serve BOTH suspensions back-to-back.

Class A felony DUI's require a trial. You need to hire the right attorney who will fight for you. Just because you have been charged, doesn't mean your guilty.

You only have 15 days to file a Request for an Administrative Hearing or a Petition for Review in order to prevent your driver's license from being suspended or revoked.

Following your arrest for DWI or DUI, the Department of Revenue (DOR) will suspend or revoke your license for up to a year for a subsequent offense within 5 years. You will be provided a Temporary 15-Day Driving Permit that will permit you to drive after your arrest for 15 days, after which your driving privileges will be suspended unless you act NOW. Depending on whether you refused to provide a sample or not you will be able to challenge the DOR's suspension of your driving privileges in Civil Court or in an Administrative Hearing.

Class A felony charges will result in serious prison time if you do not win at trial. There is no time to waste when it comes to protecting your rights with a Seventh DUI in Missouri. Contact Anthony Bretz now to get a skilled Missouri DUI Lawyer working on your case immediately.