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If you are arrested for a 3rd offense for a DUI, you will be classified as a habitual drunk driver, and penalties for a third conviction are far more devastating than previous convictions.

A third conviction can carry up to a two year license suspension, three months of minimum jail time, probation, fines, up to an 18 month court approved alcohol education program and forced to obtain SR22 insurance for three years after your driving privileges have been restored.

If you refuse to take the chemical tests you can face up to 3 year license revocation for a third offense, and be ineligible for any type of restricted license.

At The Genesis Law Group, our DUI defense attorneys are dedicated to providing you with aggressive legal representation. With over many years of combined experience, you can be confident that we have the background and resources to get your DUI charge dropped.


  • Mandatory minimum of 120 days in county jail to maximum 1 year in county jail
  • Upto 3 year license suspension
  • Alcohol classes (3rd Offender DUI SChool) for 18 months or 30 months
  • AA Classes, community service, alcohol treatment program and/or HAM Program
  • Installation of an Ignition Interlock Device on Your Vehicle
  • Fines & Penalty Assessment Upto $2,500

Enhanced Penalties may also be assessed if:
Defendant still on probation for prior convictions
Auto Accident
Hit & Run
Children in car
Chemical test refusal
Alcohol levels exceeding .20% (Longer jail time).
Driving on a suspended license
Speeding more than 30 mph over the posted speed limit