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Felony DWI – 3rd or More

Felony DWI – 3rd or More

Facing a DWI case can be a very trying time for anyone. For those who are facing felony DWI charges, the world can feel like it is falling down upon you. All you can think about right now is whether or not you are going to prison and if so, for how long.

A third offense DWI is a 3rd Degree felony and is punishable by 2-10 years in prison and up to a $10,000.00 fine. Many people receive probation for this offense, but a great number are also sent to prison as well. We are talking about common, everyday people whose only crimes are that they drink too much and drive home. They are treated like hardened criminals and sent to prison just like the convicted robbers and rapists.

Just because you may receive probation does not mean you will not be doing any jail time. If you are granted probation for a felony DWI, you will receive a minimum ten (10) days county jail as a condition of probation. The judge can extend this up to 180 days in the county jail as a condition of probation, at his or her discretion. There are things that you can do to mitigate the damage in any DWI case, especially a felony DWI case. At Greco Neyland, PC, we understand the things that help mitigate these circumstances. We are proactive in our efforts to mitigate. We will walk you through this ordeal step by step.

Typical Felony Probation Conditions:

Third DWI ConvictionLicense suspension, 180 days to two years
Community service, 60 to 600 hours
Third-degree felonyA minimum of 10 days in the county jail as a condition of probation
Participate in in-patient or out-patient alcohol programs
Second-Degree Felony DWI/DUITwo to 20 years in a state penitentiary
Up to $10,000 fine
DWI/DUI with a prior felonyUp to 10 years of probation
DWI/DUI convictionCommunity service, 240 to 800 hours

Felony DWI – 3rd or More

Felony DWI – 3rd or More

Facing a DWI case can be a very trying time for anyone. For those who are facing felony DWI charges, the world can feel like it is falling down upon you. All you can think about right now is whether or not you are going to prison and if so, for how long.

A third offense DWI is a 3rd Degree felony and is punishable by 2-10 years in prison and up to a $10,000.00 fine. Many people receive probation for this offense, but a great number are also sent to prison as well. We are talking about common, everyday people whose only crimes are that they drink too much and drive home. They are treated like hardened criminals and sent to prison just like the convicted robbers and rapists.

Just because you may receive probation does not mean you will not be doing any jail time. If you are granted probation for a felony DWI, you will receive a minimum ten (10) days county jail as a condition of probation. The judge can extend this up to 180 days in the county jail as a condition of probation, at his or her discretion. There are things that you can do to mitigate the damage in any DWI case, especially a felony DWI case. At Greco Neyland, PC, we understand the things that help mitigate these circumstances. We are proactive in our efforts to mitigate. We will walk you through this ordeal step by step.

Typical Felony Probation Conditions:

Third DWI ConvictionLicense suspension, 180 days to two years
Community service, 60 to 600 hours
Third-degree felonyA minimum of 10 days in the county jail as a condition of probation
Participate in in-patient or out-patient alcohol programs
Second-Degree Felony DWI/DUITwo to 20 years in a state penitentiary
Up to $10,000 fine
DWI/DUI with a prior felonyUp to 10 years of probation
DWI/DUI convictionCommunity service, 240 to 800 hours
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Kenny McKee
Kenny McKee
17:11 11 Dec 18
They did a great job getting rid of my parking and speeding tickets. I recommended them to my friends and family. And they've also experienced the same professionalism and great quality service at an affordable price.
Brian Gomez
Brian Gomez
16:50 11 Dec 18
Dustan and his staff create the best team. They know the law, and made me feel like I was involved and understood everything that was going on. Dustan took the time to explain to me and my family what we could expect, and then led the way.
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Heidi Etter
15:33 11 Dec 18
Dustan and his staff helped handle my divorce proceedings. He was incredibly knowledgeable and on top of everything I needed to do. Everything was handled in a timely and professional manner. I’m very thankful for his expertise in helping me to manage a difficult situation.
Jordan Bradshaw
Jordan Bradshaw
15:31 11 Dec 18
The staff at Greco Neyland helped a friend of mine on a case. Everyone was so nice and friendly! I definitely recommend them to anyone who needs someone knowledgeable who also really cares about their clients.
Justin Washington
Justin Washington
23:12 06 Nov 18
Dunstan and the staff at Greco Neyland are truly professional and very helpful and understanding through the process. I was facing a felony case and Dunstan got it no billed . I definitely recommend this firm if you want a lawyer that’s going to defend and fight for you.
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