Robert Fathera will appear before the Honorable Judge Bragg to face the charge.
Fathera will be represented by a public defender in court where he will also face a single charge of driving on a revoked license. Fathera was arrested this past August and has remained behind bars ever since.
In Tennessee, the 4th DUI and any DUI after the 4th is considered a class E felony. A class E felony requires the convicted offender to serve a minimum of 150 consecutive days in jail. There is also a mandatory fine of $3,000 to $15,000. The culprit’s vehicle can also be seized and the offender’s driver’s license can be revoked for 5 years.