Facing a DWI offense when you already have one or more convictions on your record is an extremely serious situation to be in. The penalties for multiple DWI offenses are more severe than for a first DWI offense, including longer mandatory terms of imprisonment, higher fines and longer terms of license revocation.
At Hamilton Grant PC, we have 20 years of experience in representing clients who are facing multiple DWI charges. We offer a free consultation to discuss your particular charges and will offer you the personalized attention that you need so we can address your individual concerns and provide you with the representation you need and deserve.
Penalties for Multiple DWI in Texas
2nd DWI Offense:
- A minimum jail sentence even if probation is granted
- Fine of up to $4,000
- A possible 2 year license suspension
- 80 to 200 hours community service
- 3rd or 4th DWI Offense:
2 years to 10 years imprisonment
- Fine up to $10,000
- Potential 2 year license suspension
- 160 to 600 hours community service
Texas DWI Defense Attorney
It is absolutely crucial that you receive immediate representation by an attorney if you are facing multiple DWI charges. Because you have prior convictions on your record, you are at risk of facing severe penalties – up to 10 years in prison for a third or fourth offense! Now more than ever is when your freedom and future are at risk. By consulting a lawyer as soon as possible and taking action to protect your future, you may be able to avoid imprisonment altogether and keep your driver’s license, as well.