Second Offense DWI
A second DWI charge in less than seven years is a serious misdemeanor offense in North Carolina. Depending on the aggravating factors and mitigating factors in your case, if convicted you will be sentenced to one of our state’s levels of punishment.
Typically, repeat DWI offenders are sentenced to one of these three levels:
Penalties in these levels include jail time, community service and license suspension or revocation.
Understanding Your Case
North Carolina’s DWI laws and sentencing structure can be difficult to navigate and understand. Working with an experienced DWI defense attorney is one of the best things you can do to help protect your record and your future.