Penalty For First Driving Under The Influence (DUI/DWI) Charge in Five Years In Kentucky
In Kentucky, the penalties for driving under the influence are determined by statute. The penalties for DUI are established by KRS 189A.010.
First Offense of a charge of DUI Within a Five Year Period:
• $200 – 500 Fine
• 2 to 30 Days in Jail*
• 90 Days of Alcohol or Substance Abuse Program
• 30 to 120 Day License Suspension
• Possible 48 Hours – 30 Days Community Labor
*If aggravating circumstances are present then there is a penalty of four (4) days imprisonment
Legal Representation for DUI
If you have been charged with DUI in Kentucky you should contact an attorney who specializes in DUI litigation. The attorneys at Hurst & Hurst Law have received specialized training in dealing with DUI charges and can help you determine the best option for you. If you have been charged with a DUI or have questions regarding a DUI charge contact Hurst & Hurst Law at (859) 209-2101.
Changes in Driving Under The Influence Law In Kentucky
The changes in the DUI law establishes minimum jail times (which cannot be probated, suspended, conditionally discharged or otherwise subject to early release) if convicted of DUI and aggravating circumstance(s) exist:
Aggravating Circumstances In Kentucky
What counts as aggravating circumstances in Kentucky is controlled by KRS 189A.010 . The following are the aggravating circumstances that result in higher minimum jail time: Continue reading
What Is DUI And What Does It Mean In Kentucky?
The core charge in Kentucky for Driving Under The Influence Of Intoxicants is contained in KRS 189A.010.
DWI/DUI is an abbreviation of driving while under the influence of intoxicants (alcohol) or of any substance or substances that can impair a person’s ability to drive.
What Substances Count As Intoxicants For DUI In Kentucky?
Hurst & Hurst Attorney Receives Special Training For DUI Charges
Attorney, Rebecca Hurst attended specialized DUI training for litigating DUI charges in Lexington, KY. The training was led by a former DUI police officer and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), which is the highest level of training for DUI police officers.
The training addressed great techniques on how to win DUI cases at trial. Some of the specific Continue reading