What Does It Mean To Be Charged With a DUI?

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A DUI or driving under the influence in the state of Florida is a misdemeanor offense that can be punishable by law and you could spend up to a year in county jail. A bail bond for a DUI can be in the area of $500.00 or higher depending on the situation.

With summer here and bringing the heat, we encourage you to be mindful as you celebrate annual holidays. Although with the coronavirus pandemic in full swing, everyone has been social distancing. Resulting in more time spent at home than ever before. Bars and restaurants are opening back up with restrictions on the number of drinks allowed. Please remember it is important to drink responsibly, and if you have a drink, have a plan for the drive home.

If you happen to be arrested and charged with a DUI, we are available 24/7 days a week. We are even open on holidays. For fast bail bonds give us a call at 407-841-3646. We are located in the Cox Plaza across from the Orange County Jail in Orlando, Florida.

Consequences First Offence DUI in Florida

The possible consequences of a first-office DUI in Florida includes fines, license suspension, vehicle impoundment, having to install an IID or ignition interlock device and jail time. Increased penalties could apply to those who:

    • Had a blood alcohol level (BAC) of 0.08% or more

or

    • Caused a motor vehicle accident resulting in injuries or damages

or

  • Had a minor, defined as under the age of 18 as a passenger

We bond for many charges including drug trafficking, assault, battery, DWI, DUI (driving under the influence), driving with a suspended license, domestic violence and much more. Not sure what a bail bond is? Click here to learn more, or call our Orlando Bail Bonds office at 407-841-3646.

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