Multiple DWI Offenses
Have you been arrested for multiple DWI offenses?
What to do if you are arrested for your 2nd or 3rd DWI:
With a first-time DWI already on your record, the penalties for a subsequent DWI can be severe. If you’ve been arrested for a second or third DWI, you know that the consequences can be severe and long-lasting.
With so much on the line, your choice of legal representation has never been more important.
It is important to understand that even if it has been a long time since your first DWI charge, or if the case was disposed of with a Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS), your latest arrest will probably be charged as a more serious offense.
What are the penalties for a 2nd or 3rd DWI?
A second DWI may result in you being charged with a Class A misdemeanor which carries with it elevated criminal consequences. These penalties may include:
- a lengthy license suspension
- hefty fines
- additional points added to your driving record
- up to one year in jail
A third DWI conviction may be considered a felony DWI in the state of Missouri. As such, criminal penalties are severe and can include prison time and a 10-year license revocation. Each subsequent DWI conviction after the third offense will also be a felony that poses heightened penalties and increased terms of imprisonment.
Let The Lampin Law Firm Help You
Being arrested for a second or third DWI can leave you feeling stressed, worried, and uncertain. At The Lampin Law Firm, our St. Louis DWI defense attorneys are committed to giving you and your case the attention you need and deserve and, as our client, you can trust that we will use our combined 100 years of trial experience to investigate every piece of evidence presented against you.