In most cases, a DUI charge in Maryland is considered a misdemeanor. While any DUI conviction comes with stiff penalties, misdemeanors are not considered a serious black mark on an individual's record. However, there several circumstances where a drunk driving charge is considered more serious. In these cases, the accused driver faces felony penalties, including crippling fines and significant prison time.
If you have been charged with a felony DUI, then I invite you to contact my firm today. All clients who choose The Law Office of Mark G. Scheuerman, LLC can rest assured that every avenue towards a reduction or acquittal will be explored to its fullest extent. My firm has time and time again secured favorable results for clients and always ensures that their rights are protected and voices are heard.
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There are five circumstances when DUI is considered a felony in Maryland. In each case, the state assumes that the accused represents a distinct risk to others on the road and should be exposed to felony penalties.
To learn more about your felony DUI charge, what penalties you may be facing, and how my firm can compellingly endeavor to secure a reduction or dismissal on your behalf, contact me today.
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