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Felony DWI

There are a range of specific DWI charges that may be applied to an individual who is found to be operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. First and second DWI offenses are considered misdemeanors, with multiple DWI offenses charges as felonies. Further, DWI with injury or vehicular manslaughter are also considered to be felonies and can impose prison terms up to 20 years in the most serious cases.

DWI felonies are clearly considered to be much more serious than misdemeanor crimes, which is why felony DWI penalties are decidedly more severe. This does not mean that it is impossible to find success in the defense of felony DWI charges, however. There are plenty of viable opportunities for a solid argument against your DWI felony charges, although it may take the resources and skill of a lawyer who has a record of success in DWI cases.

The Samuelson Law Firm understands how important it is to enlist the services of skilled, dedicated and loyal attorneys who will treat your case as though it was their own. I approach every case with this mindset which means I always have the very best interest of my clients at heart. Along with my long-time staff of legal professionals, our firm focuses on identifying the key areas where the prosecution may be weak. We aggressively attack those weak-point areas in an effort to cast doubt on your true role in the case. Our legal tactics have proven effective in many felony DWI cases throughout our 15 years of service, and we look forward to helping many more clients find the success they deserve in court.

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