Arrested for a 2nd, 3rd or 4th DWI?

El Paso DWI Defense Lawyers Handling Aggravated DWI/Repeat DWI Cases

The first time you were arrested for drunk driving, you had a lot of worries. Would you lose your license? What would happen to your insurance rates?

Now you’ve been arrested again and face criminal charges for a repeat DWI (second, third or even a fourth offense). If it was hard last time, it’s going to be even harder now. The stakes are high:

  • For a second DWI offense (a misdemeanor), you could get a $4,000 fine, up to a year in jail, and 180 days to two years of license suspension. You may have to pay a $2,000 surcharge each year for up to three years just to keep your license. You could be required to have an ignition interlock device on your car and to participate in a DWI intervention program.
  • For a third DWI offense (a felony), you could be fined $10,000 and face two to 10 years in state prison, as well as the license surcharge, ignition interlock device and DWI intervention program.
  • If you are living and working in the U.S. with a green card and resident alien status, a DWI conviction could result in deportation!

You owe it to yourself and your family to hire an El Paso criminal defense attorney who really knows how to fight drunk driving charges. We will investigate and then fight the charges against you. We can help you apply for an occupational license if your license is suspended, so that you can get to work or school.

The potential cost of fines and jail time makes the cost of a good lawyer a sound investment. Call Anchondo & Anchondo Law at 915-228-4360 or e-mail us today to have a free consultation and quick legal help.

Get Legal Help If You Are Facing a Second or Third DWI Charge

If you are facing a criminal charge for a second or third DWI offense in Texas, you owe it to yourself and your family to hire an El Paso criminal defense lawyer who really knows how to fight drunk driving charges. We will investigate and then fight the charges against you. We can help you apply for an occupational license if your license is suspended, so that you can get to work or school.

We understand the legal problems faced by immigrants. If you have been arrested and charged with drunk driving, you could be facing deportation, call our law office immediately: 915-228-4360 or e-mail us. The fines and jail time you face makes the cost of a good lawyer a sound investment.