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Is a Second DWI a Felony in Texas?
Is a Second DWI a Felony in Texas?

Across the nation, it’s against the law to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and this includes prescription drugs that affect one’s ability to drive safely. Even though driving while intoxicated (DWI) is illegal in all states, each state has enacted its own DWI ...

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Blog posts in Felony DWI

  • When is DWI a Serious Felony?

    The driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) statutes vary from state-to-state, but typically a third or fourth DWI is a ...

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  • Felony Crimes in Texas

    In Texas, crimes are placed into two groups: misdemeanors and felonies. Of the two, felonies are more serious offenses. Both misdemeanors and felonies ...

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  • When is DWI a Felony in Texas?

    Are you facing driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges in Plano, Dallas, or anywhere else in Texas? If so, you may be wondering, “Could I be facing ...

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  • Penalties for Intoxication Manslaughter

    While drunk and drugged driving are issues that plague every state, Texas has a significant problem with people driving under the influence of drugs ...

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  • Crimes That Lead to Deportation

    When an immigrant is in the United States, they are at risk of being deported if they commit certain crimes and if they violate U.S. immigration laws. ...

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  • Man Pleads Guilty to Strapping Children to Car While Drunk

    Aaron Stefanksi is a 29-year-old from Fort Wayne, Indiana, but he recently became a news-celebrity when he was caught strapping his children to the ...

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  • DWI Accident Offender Ordered to Wear Sign at Collision Site

    A judge in Texas agreed to a request from the mother of a young man killed in a drunk driving accident. After serving a short prison term, the guilty ...

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  • Tarrant County DWI Court

    The purpose of the Tarrant County DWI court is to assist chronic drunken drivers with their rehabilitation. Judge Sharen Wilson created several years ...

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