db45655 wrote:Sometimes, driving under the influence is charged as a felony offense in California. A DUI will be a felony if:
1. Drunk driving caused another person to be seriously injured or killed
2.You have three or more DUI convictions in a 10-year period, or
3.You have previously been convicted of felony DUI.
Every state is different and CA is usually a tougher on things state
yea, but not first offense and there's no victim involved. But none of this pertains to Richard sherman's case.
"If I shot at you with a gun and the only reason you were alive was because I missed how would you feel?"