Felony DUI Chico
A California DUI felony offense in Chico is extremely serious.
According to Vehicle Code section 23153, to constitute a felony DUI, there must be an injury that results from drunk driving.
Penal Code sections 191.5 and 192 describe the crime of vehicular manslaughter where there is a death as a felony DUI.
Furthermore, when a repeat offender with three or more prior drunk driving convictions is involved in a serious vehicle accident, the charge will most likely be a felony DUI.
A felony DUI conviction in Chico constitutes much harsher penalties than a misdemeanor. The felony DUI in Chico includes a minimum 180-day jail sentence, $3,000 fine, and four-year license suspension.
If convicted of a felony DUI in Chico, the convicted must complete an 18-month alcohol education program and face the long-term repercussions of having a felony conviction on your criminal record.
A felony DUI conviction on your record has long-term repercussions for your future.
To protect your rights, and your future, we suggest consulting with our experienced felony DUI defense attorneys in Chico immediately after your arrest.
2nd DUI Offense
CVC 23152 (a)
Faced 14 Days in jail
1st DUI Offence
CVC 23152 (b)
FACED 48 Hour in Jail
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Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, CVC 23152 (a)
Faced 3 Days in County Jail