If an individual has been charged with a 2nd OUI Offense, he or she faces a minimum of 60 days in the House of Corrections (parole eligible in 30 days); however, the sentence could be up to 2 ½ years. There is also a requirement that an ignition interlock device be placed on any vehicle that the individual drives (he or she may not operate a commercial vehicle or motorcycle during this time). Further, the individual will have his or her license suspended for 2 years and may receive multiple fines/fees.A hardship license for work or education may be applied for after one year. A general hardship license may be requested after 1 ½ years. OUI
If you have been charged with a 2nd Offense of Operating Under the Influence, make sure you know your rights and get the representation that you deserve by contacting The Law Office of Barry J. Bisson today.