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Champaign Felony DUI Lawyer

Sometimes a DUI case is elevated from misdemeanor to felony status. The charge is then called aggravated DUI. This happens when:

  • The accused already has one DUI conviction on his or her record.
  • The accused is driving without insurance.
  • The accused is driving without a valid driver's license or on a suspended or revoked license.
  • Minors are in the car, or the arrest is inside a school zone.
  • The accused caused an accident with injuries.

Experienced Bloomington Aggravated DUI Attorney

An aggravated DUI conviction is a class four felony or higher. Penalties include:

  • Loss of driving privileges for at least one year
  • Fines up to $25,000
  • Prison time of up to 12 years

Positive Outcomes From Effective DUI Defense

If you injure someone in an accident, are charged with DUI and have any detectable amount of alcohol or drugs in your system, your DUI can be elevated to felony status. Your prison time may then be as much as 21 years.

Illinois DUI cases are regularly elevated from the misdemeanor to the felony level. An aggravated DUI is a very serious charge. To avoid conviction, you will certainly need a skilled DUI lawyer, the best you can find, with the greatest depth of DUI experience.

DUI charges can be enhanced to felony levels. For serious legal representation, call Champaign felony DUI attorney Harvey C. Welch at 217-903-2452 or toll free at 888-371-0807. Or write me using this online form.

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