Persons arrested for a second DUI (within 10 years of a previous DUI arrest) face penalties, fines, license suspension or revocation, and jail time.
Your license will be revoked for two years for second offense DUI in Tennessee. In order to get your driver's license reinstated after the revocation, there is an additional fee, and you must take a driving test.
Penalties for a second DUI in Tennessee include:
The look back period in Tennessee is 10 years from the earlier arrest.
Tennessee considers a second DUI a misdemeanor.
If you are arrested for a second DUI in Tennessee, a knowledgeable Tennessee DUI attorney may be able to get your penalties reduced.