Felony DUI in Indiana
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Although a first-time
DUI/OWI is associated with harsh penalties, the consequences for a second offense
is even more severe. In Indiana, a second-time OWI is considered a felony
offense, which means – if convicted – you could be spending
time in prison instead of jail. Other more serious DUI-related offense
can result in felony charges.
If you were recently charged with a felony DUI in Indiana,
The Criminal Defense Team of Baldwin Perry & Kamish, PC is ready to fight tirelessly for your freedom. With more than 100 years
of combined experience, our
Noblesville criminal defense attorneys have successfully handled hundreds of DUI cases, helping our clients either
get their case dismissed entirely or their charges significantly reduced.
Penalties for Felony DUIs/OWIs
It is considered a Level 6 felony – punishable by a maximum prison
sentence of two and a half years and a fine of up to $10,000 – for
the following DUI/OWI offenses:
- Second OWI in the last five years
- Operates a vehicle while intoxicated with at least one passenger under
18 years of age
- Causes serious bodily injury as part of the OWI offense
- Kills a law enforcement animal as part of the OWI offense
OWI causing death is a Level 5 felony, punishable by a maximum prison sentence
of six years and a fine of up to $10,000. If the prior conviction was
for an OWI causing death or serious bodily injury, the second offense
is upgraded to a Level 5 felony. If the second OWI causes serious bodily
injury, it is a Level 5 felony, even if the prior offense didn’t
result in an injury to someone else.
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Our legal team is comprised of three Board Certified Criminal Law Specialists,
which means that we possess the extensive knowledge of Indiana law to
guide you through the complexities of your case and the legal system.
Do not risk fighting these serious charges without our experienced and
skilled legal assistance.
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free case evaluation immediately.