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Aggressive Felony Defense From A Trial-Tested DWI Attorney

Being arrested with one DWI is bad enough, but getting multiple drunk driving offenses can affect the most important things in life: your employment, finances, reputation and freedom.

In Minnesota, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher. A first-time DWI offense is typically a misdemeanor. But a fourth offense is considered a felony, punishable by imprisonment. This is a very serious conviction to have on your record. If you have been arrested several times for driving under the influence (DUI)/driving while intoxicated (DWI), you could suffer grave penalties, including prison time, and your driver’s license may be permanently suspended.

At the Law Offices of Mitchell A. Robinson, P.A., in Minneapolis, we have almost 30 years of comprehensive experience defending DWI clients with serious felony charges. Attorney Robinson and the rest of our legal team will be supportive until your case is resolved.

Circumstances For Being Charged With A Felony DWI/DUI:

  • It is the fourth time being arrested. You’ve violated the Minnesota DWI law within 10 years of the first of three or more prior impaired driving incidents.
  • Previous conviction of a felony DWI.

Penalties For A Felony DWI Conviction

If you are convicted of a felony drunk driving charge, you may face the following consequences.

  • Prison time: Not less than three years and up to seven years (or more if prior criminal history)
  • Monetary fines: Up to $14,000
  • Automatic suspension or revocation of your driver’s license
  • Possible license plate impoundment and vehicle forfeiture

We are known for our trustworthy advocacy and will offer every attempt to minimize your sentence. Our extensive DWI experience has given us valuable insight into drunk driving court proceedings, the judges and other attorneys. We will work proactively in your defense.

Keep Your Driving Freedom With An Ignition Interlock Device

In special situations, you may be able to obtain a limited driving license if you have an ignition interlock device (IID) installed in your vehicle. This device measures blood alcohol content by blowing into the device before starting the car. We’ve been successful in securing IID installations and the freedom of driving for many past clients. If this is a concern to you, call us today.

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Secure an experienced DWI lawyer to represent your felony DWI case. Call our office at 612-360-2839 or contact us online.