Prior DUI Convictions
Criminal charges can become more serious for repeat DUI / DAI offenders. If you have been convicted of one or more drunk driving offenses and you have been arrested for or charged with drunk driving, contact
drunk-driving defense lawyer Basil D. Beck III, in Norristown today to schedule a free initial consultation. I have extensive experience in handling complex Driving after Imbibing (DAI) — formerly referred to as Driving Under the Influence (DUI) — cases and will work diligently on your behalf to challenge DUI charges and minimize the penalties if there is a DUI conviction or Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD)
in you past. To speak directly with an attorney about the consequences of multiple DUI convictions, please call me directly at 610-239-8870 or contact me by email. I offer experienced, strategic and aggressive advocacy focused on protecting your rights.
As your attorney, I will review police records, witness statements, prior convictions and other evidence to identify any possible defenses in your case. I know how to prepare a viable DUI defense, and I will advise you when to accept a plea bargain and when to take your case to trial.
Pennsylvania DUI Penalties: Second Offense DUI, Third Offense DUI and Fourth and Subsequent Offense DUI Charges
In Pennsylvania, second offense DUI charges, third offense DUI charges and fourth and subsequent offense DUI charges may be charged as gross misdemeanors or felonies and result in lengthy driver's license suspension, imposition of an ignition interlock device
and incarceration in a state correctional facility. I have extensive experience handling DUI cases involving repeat offenders and third-tier, high blood alcohol concentration cases. Where possible I will seek dismissal, or I will seek to minimize your license suspension or prevent additional penalties, including jail time.
Protect Your Rights. Defeat DUI Charges. Minimize Your Sentence.
When you are facing criminal charges, an immediate and aggressive defense to the charges may enable you to avoid or minimize the serious consequences of multiple DUI convictions. The loss of your driver's license could prohibit you from working or caring for your family. A jail sentence or felony DUI conviction can have long-term consequences for you and your family. It is important to know your rights and to take action as soon as possible to build your defense. The consequences of multiple DUI convictions are serious. For a free consultation please contact
my Norristown, Pennsylvania office at 610-239-8870. As your lawyer, I will provide the strategic advocacy and dedicated service you can trust to drive results.