Third Offense

Facing Your Third OUI/DUI in Massachusetts?

A third OUI/DUI offense is a lot more serious than the first or second one. The third offense is considered a felony. If you are convicted of a third OUI/DUI offense, you face mandatory jail time for your sentence. With your third offense, there’s a lot more at stake than before.

If you have been charged with an OUI/DUI, you have several options which can range from pleading guilty to going to trial. Due to the severity of the risk and range of sanctions, we recommend meeting with an experienced and qualified criminal defense attorney to explore all the possible options.

If you are found guilty, penalties you will face can include:

  • Minimum of 6 months with a maximum of 5 years in jail
  • Fine up to $15,000
  • Up to 13 years loss of license

Practice Areas

First Offense
Second Offense
Third Offense
Fourth Offense
Fifth Offense
Child Endangerment OUI/DUI
Homicide by OUI/DUI
Operating With a License Which Has Been Suspended For An OUI/DUI
OUI/DUI Causing Serious Bodily Injury
OUI/DUI Roadblocks
Breath & Blood Tests
Field Sobriety Tests
OUI/DUI From Out of State
Unlawful Police Stops
Reinstating License After OUI/DUI

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