What are the penalties for a second offense DUI conviction in Florida?
Answer: For a second DUI conviction, it depends largely on the time of your first offense. If your first offense was outside of five years, there is no mandatory jail requirement. There is a fine of $1,000. This also depends on your breath test; it if was over a .15, the fine can be higher than that. There’s also advanced DUI school, more community service hours likely. There’s also a mandatory requirement for the ignition interlock device in your car. If it’s your second offense within five years of your first, there is a mandatory 10 days jail required by statute and a five-year license suspension.