Second Offense DUI in Connecticut

If you are convicted for a second offense DUI within the 10 year look back period, you can expect to pay a fine between $1000 and $4000. You will be subject to mandatory jail term.

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A second offense DUI (referred to as an OUI in Connecticut) is a misdemeanor offense unless the incident also involves serious bodily injury.

Administrative Penalties                   

A second offense DUI/OUI will result in a license suspension for 36 months.

Look Back Period

In Connecticut the look back period for DUI offenses is 10 years.

Criminal Penalties

In Connecticut, a conviction for a second offense DUI within 10 years will result in up to two years jail term, with a mandatory minimum of 120 consecutive days and probation with 100 hours community service. Fines range from $1,000 to $4,000.

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If you have been charged with a DUI in Connecticut, consult with an experienced Connecticut DUI attorney.

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