charges, convictions, & defenses
DUI Third Offense
DUI convictions have severe punishments and life-altering consequences. A DUI third conviction is not expungeable – meaning it will remain with you for a lifetime. Thus, it is paramount to hire the right attorney to defend these charges, keep the punishments to a minimum and prevent these convictions from being on your record.
Collins Legal’s DUI defense team is well-versed in this field. We help our clients be part of the statistic that learns from their mistake and never reoffends. A better tomorrow is a safer tomorrow.
What to Expect
Being charged with a DUI is life-altering. It is a set-back that no one can afford to take lightly. Collins Legal’s DUI defense team has two priorities for all DUI clients.
- Dispose of the charge.
- Give clients the confidence to move forward with life.
DUI Third Penalties
Important Information To Know
Tennessee enforces heavy penalties on those who have multiple DUIs on their record. As such, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible to fight the DUI charges, avoid the penalties and keep the convictions off your background.
- Minimum driver’s license suspension: 6 years
- Restricted driver’s license eligibility: May be considered if qualifications are met
- If offender receives 2 DUI convictions within a 5 year period, an Ignition Interlock Device is required for 6 months after license reinstatement [cost to be paid by offender]
With a decade of experience, our DUI defense team knows the prosecutions’ arguments, the requisite procedures officers should follow, and the law. The lead DUI defense attorney served as a DUI prosecutor for five years – in two separate District Attorney’s offices. Under his leadership, the DUI defense team ensures Collins Legal’s DUI clients are well taken care of.