DWI 1st, DWI 2nd, DWI 3rd (felony)

DWI 1st, DWI 2nd, Felony DWI’s, DUI.

A DWI 1st is a class B misdemeanor. Meaning that you can serve up to 180 days in jail, and be fined up to $2000. In addition, you will lose your license, will be required to attend alcohol classes, if on probation you will be required to perform community service, you will pay a surcharge for several years to maintain your license, if you blow a .15 or above you will have an interlock on your vehicle – or will be required to use a SCRAM device if you don’t own a vehicle. Your insurance rates will go up – or you will be dropped. You will be required to pay probation fees.

DWI 2nd is a class A misdemeanor meaning you can spend up to one year in jail, and pay up to a $4000 fine. You receive much of the same punishment as in a DWI 1st, its just “enhanced”, meaning its more severe. More classes, more money, more punishment, more community service, more jail time, etc.

DWI 3rd or above is a 3rd degree felony, meaning (in addition to the penalties in DWI 1 & 2) you can spend2-10 years in jail, and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

If you have been accused of a DWI, contact us today to discuss your rights. A DWI can be beaten, dismissed, and downgraded in many instances.

Our office will defend you and help you obtain the best result for you. We take pride in giving the excellent service to our clients.

The criminal justice system is adversarial. Because it is adversarial, the prosecutor sees his/her job as getting a conviction and obtaining the most punishment possible for a given case. You need to protect your side of the case by hiring an attorney to make sure your interests are served.

Those accused of a crime have the whole weight of the government against them. You need an advocate that can help you in your time of need.

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