Operating with the Presence of Drugs – 3rd Offense

A 3rd charge for operating with the presence of drugs is no longer a misdemeanor like a first or second conviction. Being charged for a third time with this offense (or any OWI) will lead to felony charges. This charge faces much more intense penalties.

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Charges for this offense may include prison time of 1 to 5 years, vehicle immobilization, mandatory fine up to $5,000, 6 points added to your driving record, and driver responsibility fees. Contact Rudoi Law as soon as possible if you are charged with OWPD, we have professional guidance and knowledge to help you achieve your most desired results.

The lawyers at Rudoi Law work hard to protect you against a wrongful conviction and if necessary work to minimize the extreme penalties a convicted will lead to.

Contact Rudoi Law today.