DUI Maiming 

What is DUI Maiming?

DUI Maiming is a separate charge from normal a DUI, and it applies to a situation when someone is driving while intoxicated and causes an accident involving injuries. Va. § 18.2-51.4. Unlike a DUI charge, DUI Maiming is a felony offense.

Penalties for DUI Maiming

Since it is a class 6 felony, DUI Maiming is punishable by one to five years in prison and up to $2500 in fines. Additionally, there is a mandatory license suspension and required completion of an alcohol/substance abuse program. If a restricted license is granted, an ignition interlock is required to be installed.

How We Can Help

The Pickett Law Group, PLLC is an experienced law firm with two generations of former prosecutors, who have fought from both sides of the courtroom on all types of legal issues, including DUI Maiming. Our attorneys can analyze your case and help ensure that you have the best defense possible. Contact us today and we will begin fighting on your behalf.