Hiring Jeff Kennedy turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life. Mr. Kennedy was able to have my case dismissed. Yes, outright dismissal of the charge!

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We did exactly as Jeff instructed and the case was dismissed. There are no words to explain how happy we are with his performance.

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Jeff was able to get my twice the legal limit BAC thrown out and he kept me from having an interlock device put on my car.

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Hiring Jeff Kennedy turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life.

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We did exactly as Jeff instructed and the case was dismissed. There are no words to explain how happy we are with his performance.

Anonymous

Jeff was able to get my twice the legal limit BAC thrown out and he kept me from having an interlock device put on my car.

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September 28, 2020

What Is a DWI Felony Repetition? 

Have you recently been charged with a DWI in Texas? Is this not the first time you’ve been charged with a DWI? You might be wondering whether you will face more serious consequences this time if convicted. 

The first and second DWI crimes are charged as misdemeanors. Although the consequences can cause great upset to your life, most of the consequences are minor and temporary. However, if this is a third or subsequent DWI offense, you might be facing strict penalties. 

Are you asking yourself this question: What is a DWI felony repetition? Learn about this charge and the consequences that follow a conviction.

DWI Felony Repetition in Texas

A DWI felony repetition is when a person is charged with a third or subsequent DWI. 

This charge is a felony offense and you could face prison time between two and ten years. If this is your second felony DWI, you could face prison time between two and twenty years. 

Other consequences will also follow your conviction, such as loss of drivers license, fines, probation, possible treatment classes, and so on.

A felony DWI is a serious offense. It has the potential to destroy your life. You don’t have to simply accept this crime on your record. You do have the option of fighting your charge. The charge could be dismissed or reduced if you are successful.

Talk with a Texas Felony DWI Lawyer

Now that you know what a DWI felony repetition is, what are you going to do about your DWI charge? Are you going to fight it, or are you going to accept the crime on your record along with all the consequences that go with it? Learn your options by talking with a Texas DWI lawyer at The Law Offices of Jeff C. Kennedy. Fill out the form below or call 817-605-1010 to reach us.

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