Reputable DUI And Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Miami-Dade County

Over 3,000 DUI Cases Dismissed Since 1982

What’s The Difference Between A DUI And A Felony DUI?

Driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the most negligent, reckless and careless things that a person can attempt to do. Every year, thousands of people lose their lives in accidents caused by drunk drivers. The state of Florida does its best to discourage drunk driving through serious penalties, especially in cases of multiple DUI.

If you are convicted of three or more DUIs within a 10-year period, you will face a felony conviction and possibly time in prison. Your best option under this scenario is to hire an experienced Miami DUI attorney who can aggressively fight for you.

Florida’s Penalties For Felony DUIs

Third DUI within 10 years, or a fourth or subsequent DUI

  • Third-degree felony
  • Fine of up to $5,000
  • Prison sentence of up to five years

DUI with Injury

  • Third-degree felony
  • Fine of up to $5,000
  • Prison sentence of up to five years

DUI manslaughter

  • Second-degree felony
  • Fine of up to $10,000
  • Prison sentence of up to 15 years

DUI manslaughter and failure to exchange information or render aid

  • First-degree felony
  • Fine of up to $10,000
  • Prison sentence of up to 30 years

Contact Our Felony DUI Attorneys Today

When faced with charges of a felony, you cannot afford to wait to get legal guidance. Beckham Solis, Attorneys at Law, can provide the caring and capable representation that you need. We have deep roots in the community and practice only DUI in Miami-Dade County.

In 2010, our firm was the only one in the area to have two lawyers selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers. We also have an A+ rating with the BBB and are members of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Contact our firm online right away to get started on your defense! Call 305-860-4884.