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  • Felony DUI Definition

    Per Kentucky Revised Statute 189A.010 - Operating motor vehicle with alcohol concentration of or above 0.08, or of or above 0.02 for persons under age twenty one, or while under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance, or other substance which impairs driving ability prohibited.

  • For a fourth or subsequent offense within a five (5) year period, be guilty of a Class D felony. If any of the aggravating circumstances listed in subsection (11) of KRS 189A.010 are present, the mandatory minimum term of imprisonment shall be two hundred forty (240) days, which term shall not be suspended, probated, conditionally discharged, or subject to any other form of release.
  • Kentucky Criminal Defense Lawyer

    If you have been charged with a Felony DUI in Kentucky you need to speak with a local Kentucky criminal defense lawyer. With an office in Georgetown, KY, John E. Cornett, provides his legal services to Central Kentucky including but not limited to Lexington, Winchester, Georgetown, Paris, Versailles, Nicholasville and Richmond. Regardless of the location or situation, penalties for subsequent DUI arrests and convictions become more stringent. This is reason alone to have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side that understands your rights.