Washington Legislature Toughens Felony DUI Law

Washington passes law making fourth DUI conviction in ten years a felony. The law, effective in 90 days, elevates felony DUIs to class B felonies. Class B felonies are punishable by up to 10 years in prison, as well as loss of civil rights including firearms rights. A typical sentence for a person convicted under the statute with four prior DUIs would be 22-29 months in prison.

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