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What Is Penalty for DUI in Kentucky?

The penalties for DUI charge in Kentucky vary based on the number of prior offenses.  If you have a second or subsequent offense, there are long suspensions and mandatory jail times and you need an attorney. If you are charged with a first offense DUI, the potential penalties range from 0-30 days of jail, $200-500 fine, court costs, DUI service fee, and loss of license for up to 120 days.  If found guilty of an aggravating circumstance, there is a 4 day jail which is mandatory.  Also, if you refuse the breathalyzer, you can lose your license for up to the 120 days regardless of whether you are acquitted for the underlying DUI. If you have been charged with DUI in Gallatin, Boone, Campbell or Kenton County, call my office for a consultation and representation.  You can reach the Bouldin Law Firm and Michael Bouldin at [email protected] or cal 859-581-6453 to schedule an appointment.  Simple questions and fees ARE generally discussed over the phone. If you are charged in Hamilton County or elsewhere in Ohio, the fines, penalties and suspension are very different.  There is mandatory jail time (sometimes with DIP alternative) and longer suspension for first offense.  I also practice DUI law in Cincinnati and Batavia, Hamilton and Clermont Counties.

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