Across the country, each state makes its own laws for DUI convictions. Some states have more severe penalties than others, but there is one consistent factor: the more DUI convictions you have, the more severe penalties you will face. The penalties for second and subsequent DUI convictions can include higher fines, community service, an alcohol education/treatment course, a jail sentence, a longer license suspension/revocation period and the requirement to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. Let’s break down what happens if you’re convicted of a DUI and have already had one.  

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