Avoiding The Harsh Consequences Of Multiple DWI Convictions

The consequences of a first-time DWI are harsh, but are even worse for a second, third or subsequent offense. Consider the following penalties for multiple DWI offense charges in Texas:

FinesJail/Prison TimeLicense Suspension
Second offenseUp to $4,000One month to one yearUp to two years
Third offenseUp to $10,000Two years to 10 yearsUp to two years

In addition to these penalties, the convicted must also pay thousands of dollars in surcharge. Many must have ignition interlock devices installed in their vehicles (at their own expense). Their car insurance rates skyrocket.

Remember, you do not have to face these charges lying down. By building a strong, proactive defense, you can give yourself the best possible chance of keeping your driver's license, staying out of jail and putting this matter behind you.

The DWI defense attorneys at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm have more than 35 years of combined experience fighting these charges and can help you mount a strong, effective defense. With law offices in Sherman and Fort Worth, the firm handles drunk driving cases and other criminal law matters for clients throughout North Texas.

Criminal law attorneys Bob Jarvis and Matt Hamilton know how to challenge DWI evidence and will do everything in their power to get your charges dismissed or seek the next best possible outcome.

Talk To An Attorney Who Can Protect Your Rights

Facing multiple DWI offenses in Texas? No matter how strong the police claim their case is against you, there are effective defense strategies a knowledgeable lawyer can use on your behalf. Call the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm today or contact the firm online to learn how it can help you.