2nd Offense DUI Penalties

TN DUI penalties will differ in each case, depending on particular facts and circumstances. This summary of second offense DUI penalties is intended to be general in nature.  Additional penalties exist, and therefore the information on this web page should not be relied upon without individual consultation with a well-qualified DUI attorney in Tennessee.

Details

Jail Time Mandatory minimum 45 days to 11 months, 29 days
Probationary Period 11 months, 29 days less the time spent in jail
Fine $600 – $3,500
DUI Assessment Mandatory alcohol and drug addiction fee of $100.00
DUI School/Alcohol Rehabilitation DUI School required to regain driver’s license; may also be ordered by the court; mandatory participation in a rehabilitation program
Volunteer Community Work May be ordered by the court
License Revocation 2 years; eligible for a restricted license with an ignition interlock device
Ignition Interlock Device Required
Vehicle Forfeiture Authorized upon conviction

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