A person can be charged with a felony DUI if they have been convicted of three or more DUIs in the past 10 years There are also other circumstances which can result in a felony DUI charge. If you're facing a felony DUI charge in Northeast Georgia, then you need a robust legal defense.

If you are convicted of a felony DUI, the consequences are much more severe than other types of DUI. You could face:

  • Up to $5,000 in fines
  • Up to 5 years in jail
  • Large amounts of community service
  • Out-of-pocket payments for a court-ordered treatment program
  • Court ordered Alcoholics Anonymous meetings
  • Probation supervision charges

In addition to the penalties and fines from this charge, a felony record can dramatically impact your life in other ways. A felony conviction can cause you to lose certain civil liberties that you are normally entitled to. These rights include the ability to vote or own a firearm. It can also cost you your job and may limit the employment you can get in the future.

Moreover, people convicted of felony DUI have a harder time getting access to special driver's licenses to go to work or school. As a result, it's even harder to pay your fines and fees. The penalties for felony DUI can be even more severe if someone was hurt or killed in the events that lead to the felony DUI charge. All of this can make it much harder to live your life the way you want and to meet your obligations to your friends, family, and loved ones.


Hiring a DUI lawyer goes a long way toward protecting your rights. Jason Slider has over 18 years experience trying DUI cases on both sides. Before he became a defense attorney, Slider worked as a state prosecutor and that gives him unique insights into the way felony DUI cases must be handled. As a result, he is uniquely qualified to provide an aggressive defense against felony DUI charges, and his performance has earned him some of the highest honors the DUI defense industry can offer, including awards for client satisfaction.