If this is your first DUI and you did not caues injury to another person in a crash, you're unlikely to be charged with felony DUI.
Even when you qualify for a felony DUI (your fourth DUI or you caused injuy), whether you are charged with felony DUI is at the discretion of the prosecutor.
The prosecutor also has a lot of discretion in offering a plea bargain. The judge also has a lot of discretion in sentencing, including what happens to your license.
The answer to everything that you are asking is that a lot of what will happen to you depends on whether you are dealing with your problem.
"It was just a few drinks. I don't have a problem." = harsh
"I'm dealing with my alcohol problem." = lenient.
The ways to deal with your alcohol problem is to call your doctor for treatment or go to an AA meeting or both.
Don't think you have an alcohol problem? With that attitude, you're about to find out how big a problem a single DUI can become if the prosecutor and judge want to send you a clear message.
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"Through your aches and pains we'll get you monetary gains."
"When you were hurt we were there, because we're the lawyers that care."
"Trust in us to get what you deserve."
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