DUI sanctions Breath Alcohol Level over a .15

FIRST DUI WITH BREATH OVER .15 MINIMUM MANDATORY SANCTIONS

    • arrowAdjudication
    • arrow12 months probation
    • arrowDUI school
    • arrow50 community service hours
    • arrow$1000 fine
    • arrowCourt costs
    • arrow10 day immobilization
    • arrow6 month license suspension
    • arrowIgnition interlock device

Just because you have a high Blood alcohol level does not mean you will be found guilty of a DUI. Anthony Rickman has successfully represented his clients charged with enhanced DUI’s.  By fighting your case at every level Anthony Rickman may be able to get your charge dismissed, reduced, or you found not guilty at a trial.  Do not delay contact The Rickman Law Firm for a free consultation.

It is impossible to avoid an enhanced DUI by having the State agree and stipulate that your Blood Alcohol Level is below a .15. the only way to avoid required sanctions is if the State agrees to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving (RD). Under the RD statute, there are no mandatory sanctions. However, the DUI sanctions are usually used as a framework. Sanctions may go up or down depending on the facts of the case. (Typically, the ignition interlock, immobilization and 6 month license suspension are removed)

Case Results

Felony Public Assistance Fraud Case Dropped

The Client was charged with public assistance fraud after allegedly using fraudulent qualification. After a successful plea negotiation, the Defense got the client into a diversion program, of which allows the charges to be completely
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DUI with Property Damage Reduced to a Reckless Driving

Our client was originally charged with Driving Under the Influence with Property Damage after hitting a Hillsborough County Sheriff Deputy’s vehicle. The Defense was able to get the charge reduced to reckless driving. Outcome: DUI
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DUI Dropped to Reckless Driving

The Defendant was stopped for making an illegal turn. After he was asked to perform field sobriety test, he was arrested. The Defense was successfully able to argue since he had refused a breath test.
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