Honolulu Felony DUI Attorneys
DUI Felony Charges in Honolulu
At The Law Office of Kevin O'Grady, LLC, I have successfully tackled hundreds of DUI cases. Qualified to represent clients in anything from ADLRO hearings to complex military DUI charges, no allegations are too serious for me to combat.
My military training has engrained a strong sense of duty in me, a discipline that I apply to every client's defense. As your Honolulu felony DUI lawyer, I am ready to provide skilled, ethical, time-tested representation that gets results.
The bottom line: If you are facing a felony DUI charge, you are looking at life-changing penalties. You need world-class advocacy in your corner—and urgently.
Why rely on my Honolulu DUI defense firm?
- I formerly served as a senior military prosecutor and a deputy prosecutor
- High ratings and recommendations from past clients
- You can reach me for answers around the clock, 24/7
- Advocacy fueled by a genuine empathy for clients and strong sense of ethics
Your liberties and your future are all at stake. I understand this, and I am prepared to utilize my experience to make certain that your every right is respected and upheld. In a free case evaluation, I can thoroughly discuss your best possible defense strategies, and as your case builds, I will aim to keep you informed of every development. You can find accessible, experienced felony DUI defense today!
Facing possible felony charges for DUI? Call my Honolulu DUI firm today and discover your DUI defense options in a free consultation.
When is a DUI charge a felony in Hawaii?
Most DUI charges in Hawaii are misdemeanors, which still carry serious penalties such as steep fines and a criminal record. However, you can face harsher penalties of a felony if you are charged with a third or subsequent DUI or OVUII offense.
This could land you a Class C felony charge, punishable by:
- Up to 5 years in prison
- $10,000 fine
A DUI charge can also escalate to a felony if you are accused of causing a DUI accident, especially if someone was injured or killed in the crash. For DUI manslaughter, you could be charged with a Class B felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
Gain Powerful Defense for Your Felony DUI
My clients have told me that they don't feel like they are a case number at my firm, and neither will you. I make it a point to get to know every client, delivering the outstanding advocacy that everyone deserves through personalized service and knowledgeable representation. Don't hesitate to see how I may be able to beat your felony DUI charge.