Felony charges for DUI in Martinsburg, West Virginia

When it comes to combating a DUI case in the state of West Virginia, the lawyer is supposed to face challenges regarding the witness and the evidence of the state to ensure that the clients get the most favorable and desired result. In the case of you being involved in a severe DUI case, the battery of lawyers in the Mountaineer Criminal Law Group will act similarly. We are a highly experienced legal team to represent clients and offers them defense strategies aggressively as we have been doing this for several years.

When Does a DUI Become a Felony?

Felony refers to a severe crime degree in the United States of America. If you face charges for DUI crime, the offense is naturally more severe. Here are the instances when the charges of DUI turn into a felony:

  • You face 3 DUI charges within 10 years
  • Someone is killed during the accident and you were driving under the influence of alcohol
  • If the law enforcement officers convict you with DUI charges along with other charges, but you tried to escape and  the victim dies
  • When someone sustains severe injuries during the accident

For cases like the ones mentioned above, it is natural that you will feel confused and have little ideas about how to come out of this terrible mess that may leave you shattered. When you come to Mountaineer Criminal Law Group, our Martinsburg DUI lawyer has represented several such clients in the trickiest circumstances of DUI cases and minimised the charges successfully. When you are messed up with the hassles of DUI cases, talk to our West Virginia DUI lawyer immediately to know the solution.

Difference between felony, misdemeanor

As a first offender, your DUI will be considered a criminal when people sustain injuries in the accident. For repeat offenders, the outcome may be serious and you may be convicted of a felony. However, all is not lost yet. Talk to our Martinsburg criminal lawyer. We can fight for the case in your favor and ensure that the charges are reduced.

Regarding DUI felony, there are the following types you need to know about in West Virginia:

  • Third offense DUI
  • DUI fleeing
  • DUI causing serious bodily injury
  • DUI causing death

With the battery of lawyers you come across in Mountaineer Criminal Law Group, you can stay relaxed. We are aware of the methods of handling such cases and are capable of reducing any of these charges and help in minimizing the penalties if any.

Penalties for DUI Felony

When you face conviction for a DUI felony, you are most likely to get the following punishments:

  • Jail time that may go up to 5 years
  • Fines amounting to $5000 and all the expenses related to the court
  • Revocation of license for life

The West Virginia DUI lawyers will combat your case forcefully. We will put forward all the evidence available that comes up from the side of the prosecution during the trial and ensure that your charges are reduced even if not completely dismissed.

When you come to Mountaineer Criminal Law Group, our team of experienced lawyers dealing with different kinds of DUI cases ensure you get the best outcome. Give us a call today and get a free consultation. Once you discuss the case in detail with our lawyers, you will come out of the messy situations successfully and prevent the severe consequences.

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