Buffalo DWI Lawyer Discusses Being Arrested for DWI with Prior Convictions

I was recently asked as a Buffalo DWI Lawyer what could happen if you were arrested for DWI and had a prior conviction.  If you have had a prior Driving While Intoxicated conviction in the last 10 years you will be given a felony.  If you have had a prior Driving while impaired conviction in the last five years, then the penalties are increased.  If you have had three driving while impaired convictions in 10 years, what is normally a noncriminal infraction, it is changed to a misdemeanor conviction.

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I advise clients that 2 driving while intoxicated convictions in 10 years is a felony,  three driving while impaired convictions in 10 years is a misdemeanor.

If you have been arrested for DWI with prior convictions on your record within the last 10 years, contact our experienced Buffalo DWI Lawyers to be your ticket to justice!

This short informational video was brought to you by Arthur Pressman, an experienced Buffalo DWI Lawyer.

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