Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) – 3rd Offense

Operating While Intoxicated

A third OWI charge is classified as a felony offense, you will be known as a convicted felon if found guilty and face an absolute mandatory 30 day jail sentence. Most people, especially those without proper legal representation, will face much more jail time, even prison time. A third OWI conviction could include one to five years in prison, and fines from $500 to $5,000. Your driver’s license may be revoked from at least one to five years, you could even lose it for the rest of your life; granted your administrative license restoration hearing with the Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division (DADD) is unsuccessful. Additionally you will be ordered to pay a driver responsibility fee of $1,000 for two consecutive years. Although all OWI charged individuals should seek legal representation, an OWI 3rd time offender faces catastrophic punishment and without legal representation have an enormous chance or facing severe punishment. Those aren’t the only consequences a conviction will lead to, as a convicted felon, the right to vote, own a gun or hold a government job will be taken away from you for life.

Rudoi Law has effective defense mechanisms for the various factors and circumstances of an individual’s case. We have helped numerous amounts of clients win their lives back by obtaining a case dismissal, acquittal or a reduction of their OWI third offense charge. We will make sure you are in no way wrongfully convicted. Legal support from Rudoi Law will significantly improve your chances at obtaining the lowest punishment possible.

Contact Rudoi Law today.