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Bucks County DUI Sentencing Attorney

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Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Criminal Defense Attorney

Sentencing grid for convictions for Driving Under the Influence in Pennsylvania.

Contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink

For more information about our firm's criminal defense practice or to schedule an appointment at our Langhorne or Doylestown locations, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212. 

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.

 

 

1st Offense

2 nd Offense

3 rd Offense

Subsequent Offense(s)

General Impairment Penalties

§3802(a)

BAC of .08% to .099%

Individuals incapable of safe driving

Ungraded misdemeanor

No license suspension

Up to 6 months probation

$300 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

Treatment when ordered

No ignition interlock

ARD eligible

CRN evaluation

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

5 days to 6 mos. prison

$300-$2,500 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

2 nd degree misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

10 days to 2 yrs. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

2 nd degree misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

10 days to 2 yrs. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

High Rate of Alcohol

§3802(b)

BAC of .10% to .159%

Minors with .02% BAC

CDL drivers with .04% BAC

School bus/vehicle drivers with .04% BAC

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

48 hours to 6 mos. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

No Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

ARD eligible

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

30 days to 6 mos. prison

$750-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

90 days to 5 yrs. prison

$1,500-$10,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1 yr. to 5 yrs. prison

$1,500-$10,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

Highest Rate of Alcohol

§3802(c)

BAC of .16% and above

Minimum levels of controlled substances in blood

Individuals who refused chemical tests

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

72 hrs. to 6 mos. prison

$1,000-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

ARD eligible

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

90 days to 5 yrs. prison

Minimum $1,500 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1-5 yrs. prison

Minimum $2,500 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1-5 yrs. prison

Minimum $2,500 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

Bucks County DUI Sentencing Attorney

THE LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD R. FINK

Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Criminal Defense Attorney

Sentencing grid for convictions for Driving Under the Influence in Pennsylvania.

Contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink

For more information about our firm's criminal defense practice or to schedule an appointment at our Langhorne or Doylestown locations, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212. 

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.

 

 

1st Offense

2 nd Offense

3 rd Offense

Subsequent Offense(s)

General Impairment Penalties

§3802(a)

BAC of .08% to .099%

Individuals incapable of safe driving

Ungraded misdemeanor

No license suspension

Up to 6 months probation

$300 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

Treatment when ordered

No ignition interlock

ARD eligible

CRN evaluation

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

5 days to 6 mos. prison

$300-$2,500 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

2 nd degree misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

10 days to 2 yrs. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

2 nd degree misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

10 days to 2 yrs. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

High Rate of Alcohol

§3802(b)

BAC of .10% to .159%

Minors with .02% BAC

CDL drivers with .04% BAC

School bus/vehicle drivers with .04% BAC

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

48 hours to 6 mos. prison

$500-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

No Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

ARD eligible

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

30 days to 6 mos. prison

$750-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

90 days to 5 yrs. prison

$1,500-$10,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1 yr. to 5 yrs. prison

$1,500-$10,000 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

Highest Rate of Alcohol

§3802(c)

BAC of .16% and above

Minimum levels of controlled substances in blood

Individuals who refused chemical tests

Ungraded misdemeanor

1 yr. license suspension

72 hrs. to 6 mos. prison

$1,000-$5,000 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

ARD eligible

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

90 days to 5 yrs. prison

Minimum $1,500 fine

Alcohol hwy. safety school

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1-5 yrs. prison

Minimum $2,500 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

House arrest/work release eligible

1 st degree misdemeanor

18 mos. license suspension

1-5 yrs. prison

Minimum $2,500 fine

CRN evaluation

Treatment when ordered

1 yr. Ignition interlock

Work release eligible

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