A fourth offense DUI in California comes with a combination of criminal penalties enforced by the court and administrative penalties against your driver's license handed down by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
A fourth offense is a Felony offense. To be classified as a fourth it must have occurred within 10 years of 3 or more convictions for DUI. Punished by imprisonment in the county or municipal jail for no fewer than 180 days up to 1 year, a fine amount of no less than $390 to $1,000 plus court costs and associated assessments. Jail time and fines vary based upon the offenders blood alcohol level. Attendance in a state approved alcohol and drug program is required.
A fourth offense refusal will result in a 4 year license revocation period. An ignition interlock will be required for all offenders. Your license will be revoked for 4 years following a fourth offense whether or not you submitted to a chemical test. An SR-22 form filing will be required for a period of 3 years beyond license reinstatement period. You can apply for your SR-22 filing below:
California DUI Laws - Here you will find a comprehensive and detailed explanation of California's DUI laws including all offense levels and penalties.
California SR22 Insurance - We have compiled everything you need to know about California's SR22 insurance and filing requirements including important addresses, phone numbers, etc.
California Alcohol Abuse Classes - We offer a complete listing of state approved DUI treatment programs.
California Bail Bond Agents - Comprehensive list of California bail bond agents including address, phone, website, etc.
State Statutes - Complete California DUI statute regarding DUI laws and penalties.
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