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While an arresting officer can use external signs in their effort to determine if a suspect has been drinking, in order to more accurately assess a BAC level they may turn to chemical testing. Our firm is skilled in challenging both field sobriety and chemical tests, whether they be breath, blood, or urine results. We know that these tests are not always accurate and go above and beyond to advocate for our clients' rights in any DWI related case.
Having a blood alcohol content level of .08% or more, or demonstrating an inability to drive due to the effects of alcohol or drugs can land you behind bars. For those that are under the drinking age of 21, a BAC can be below .08% and still result in a DWI charge.
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A first time conviction is typically considered a Class B misdemeanor charge that can lead to up to 6 months in jail, a license suspension of 30 days with further driving restrictions continuing for 60 days, $500 in fines and points added to a driving record which can raise insurance rates.
A second DWI can put a person in jail for up to year, with fines of up to $1,000 and a yearlong license suspension.
For a Class D felony third DWI, repercussions can include up to $5,000 worth of fines, up to four years in jail, community service, probation and 12 points placed on a driving record.
A hearing may be requested within 15 days from receiving the notice of suspension/revocation where you can challenge your license suspension and request you're your driving privileges be reinstated. For those that do not request the hearing, license suspension or revocation will go into effect 15 days later.
In many DWI cases with the help of a knowledgeable and proven attorney, securing the best possible results is often more plausible. No matter the case, our firm is prepared to get favorable results on your behalf.