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Can a First-Time Offender Be Charged with Felony DUI?
Can a First-Time Offender Be Charged with Felony DUI?

In the state of Nebraska, individuals with at least three DUI convictions in the past 15 years are charged with felony DUI for any following convictions. Previous convictions are a condition for automatic DUI charges, but other parameters can qualify a crime as a felony DUI, ...

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