Underage DUI

Florida is a zero-tolerance state when it comes to underage DUI. For drivers under age 21, trace amounts of alcohol in your system can lead to serious consequences. You could lose your driver's license and face criminal charges. If you are a student, you could also be facing disciplinary action — such as suspension or expulsion — at your high school, college or other educational institution.

Why enter adulthood with a tainted criminal record? Why jeopardize your driving privileges? Why foreclose educational opportunities? With the help of an experienced legal professional, you may be able to avoid or minimize the serious criminal consequences that accompany charges of underage DUI.

Dedicated Representation · Eight Decades Of Legal Experience

At Dobson, Davis & Smith in Tallahassee, our underage DUI defense attorneys understand the magnitude of what is at stake for high school and college-age individuals. We treat each case with the utmost importance. Our legal team is dedicated to defending our clients' rights, liberties and future.

Our lawyers boast more than 80 years of collective experience handling state and federal crimes. With backgrounds in prosecution and law enforcement, we possess the high level of knowledge and insight necessary to provide a sound defense.

Don't wait. Get a seasoned defense attorney on your side by calling 850-270-0412 and arranging a free initial consultation today.

Consequences For Underage DUI

If you were recently arrested or charged with underage DUI, the potential penalties likely weigh heavily on your mind. The consequences depend on a number of factors, including your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and prior record. In general, the first offense can result in suspension of your driving privileges from six months to a year or more, depending on your blood alcohol concentration. You could also face thousands of dollars in fines, probation and community service.

The second or subsequent offense imposes even harsher penalties. You could lose your license for 12 months or more. Additionally, you could face jail time and thousands of dollars in fines. Certain repeat DUI offenses are felonies.

Our attorneys can advise you in detail on the potential penalties you may be facing, along with effective strategies for challenging the charges and preserving your driving privileges.

Free Consultation · Contact Our Leon County Underage DWI Defense Attorneys

Call 850-270-0412 or toll free 888-339-2943 to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our DUI defense attorneys. You may also contact us online. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available by request.