DWI Second Offense in Texas: What you need to know.
A person is required to go to jail if convicted for DWI 2nd. DWI 2nd is a Class A misdemeanor that carries up to one year in jail, up to a $4000 fine, as well as a driver’s license suspension, other fines, court costs, fees, and a lifelong criminal conviction.
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Stephen, October 2017
Mr Porter was recommended to me by a coworker. He helped her out of a DWI 3 years ago, and he did the same for me.
Sammy, September 2017
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Sheila Torres, July 2018
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Stacey Reyes, November 2018
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Bindia, March 2018