Second DWI, Third DWI And Felony DWI
Repeat DWI offenses have all the serious consequences of a first-time DWI, but are compounded. Based on aggravating factors, including prior convictions, context, and blood alcohol level, a DWI can be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony.
Attorney Jack Byno, our founder, has over 20 years of experience, including four years as a traffic law judge. We understand the law, the sentencing guidelines and the possible consequences you face:
- First offense: Class B misdemeanor; up to $2,000 and 180 days in jail
- Second offense: Class A misdemeanor; up to $4,000 and one year in prison
- Third or later offense: Up to third-degree felony, up to $10,000 and up to 10 years in prison
Enhanced sentences can be added in the event of a DWI accident that resulted in bodily injury or death.
In the most severe cases, your life and liberty may be on the line. Get in touch and schedule an initial consultation immediately.
Felony DWI Or Repeat DWI Arrest?
Call A Lawyer At Jack Byno & Associates At 817-685-0912
Regardless of the complications or severity of your charge, we will put the experience we have honed in thousands of DWI and driving cases to aggressively advocate for you. From the moment you retain us, your lawyer will begin collecting evidence and prepare to attack the prosecution’s case. If we cannot get the charges dropped, we will do everything we can to mitigate consequences and protect your future. Get in touch today.
Contact me, a Dallas-Fort Worth DWI attorney, today for a consultation about any repeat offense DWI concern. Our lawyers represent clients in Tarrant County, Dallas County, Denton County, Collin County and cities throughout North Texas.
Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.