DUI & Impaired Driving

Subsequent DUI Offence Lawyers in Edmonton

At Haryett & Company in Edmonton, we routinely defend clients who have been charged with drunk driving. If this is a second or subsequent offense, it is critical to work with a qualified defence lawyer who understands the complex nature of Alberta DUI laws. If you have been charged with two or more DUIs, call us to retain effective counsel for your best chance at achieving swift and fair resolution to your case.

Penalties Related to Subsequent DUI Convictions

  • 1st DUI - 12 month license suspension; up to 1 month in jail; fines.
  • 2nd DUI - 2 year license suspension; up to 4 months in jail; fines.
  • 3rd DUI - 3 year license suspension; up to 4 additional months in jail; fines.

A 3rd DUI is considered a felony, and additional penalties and fees may apply. Sometimes, a 2nd DUI can be considered a felony if there is property damage involved and or if someone is injured or killed. If you have been charged with DUI and are facing a subsequent conviction, the sooner you take action to protect your rights by contacting the Haryett & Company, the sooner we can begin investigating your charges and determining ways in which to minimize the penalties, reduce charges, or avoid a conviction altogether. Let us put our experience to work for you.




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100-9924 106 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5K 1C4


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