So you had to take a breath test and police reports confirm you’ve been drunk driving. Now what? If you’re facing a third DUI arrest in California, you likely already know that it’s not good. And if you’ve been charged with a second or third DUI, then you know how much worse it can get. But what exactly does a third DUI charge mean? What are its penalties? And how do they compare to those of other charges when the prior conviction occurred?