PRIOR STRIKE: PRIOR STRIKE CONCERNS: FELONY DUI CAN BE A STRIKE IN CALIFORNIA
A DUI by itself is not a "strikeable" offense. However, once you have two strikes, the third strike doesn't necessarily have to be a "strikeable" offense.
Many people know that in California, a "third strike" will result in a life sentence with possibility of parole only after 25 years. What many people fail to remember is that if you already have a first or second strike, that those strikes carry with them enhancement penalties on future crimes - such as a felony DUI. As a result of a prior strike you may be facing double prison time on your felony DUI.
Proposition 36 revised which crimes warrant life sentences, authorized re-sentencing, and detailed when to maintain life sentences. Our firm may file a Motion to Strike Prior Convictions as part of our defense strategy to get Strike Enhancements set aside.
Our attorneys have years and years of experience in dealing with clients facing a second or third strike and realize what is at stake. A DUI with Injury is a "wobbler", it can potentially be a misdemeanor or a felony. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with clients who have prior strikes and understand exactly what is needed to mitigate the situation and win your case, get it dismissed, get it reduced to a misdemeanor and/or negotiate a favorable plea bargain for you.
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