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If You’re Accused Of Felony DWI, There Is No Time To Wait. Put Us On Your Side Today.

Whether you agree or not, if you’ve been arrested multiple times for drinking and driving, the courts consider you to have a serious problem with alcohol and a danger to others on the road. Now the charge is a felony, and that means mandatory jail time.

You could be committed to attend drug or alcohol rehabilitation. If you caused an accident that resulted in injuries (intoxication assault) you may be charged with third-degree felony DWI, which can carry substantial penalties such as fines of up to $10,000, 10 years in prison, significant license suspension, administrative penalties and hefty surcharges following you for years. And if the accident you caused resulted in a death (intoxication manslaughter) prison terms can range from two years to two decades.

If you have multiple arrests on your record and have been charged with DWI/DUI/BWI again, you have a tough fight ahead, but there is hope. Attorney John Hunter Smith has helped others in these same situations by arguing for non-prison alternatives like inpatient substance abuse treatment centers followed by extended probation. Call us right away to discuss the specifics of your case and how we can help.

Contact Wynne & Smith

To speak confidentially with an experienced DWI defense lawyer, call us in Sherman at 903-308-0054 or complete our contact form. We represent clients throughout North Texas, including McKinney, Plano and Dallas.