Avoid Significant Penalties with Our Seasoned DWI Defense Attorneys
When a driver has one or more prior driving while intoxicated (DWI) convictions on his or her record, this can greatly increase penalties for a new conviction. Multiple DWI offenders are given no leniency by Harris County prosecutors and judges. You will need an aggressive and experienced attorney in your corner if you are to have any chance of avoiding a conviction.
Results-driven and passionate about fighting for our clients’ interests, DWI defense specialist Mark Thiessen and the team at Thiessen Law Firm have the skill and knowledge needed to represent clients facing second, third, fourth, or subsequent DWI offenses. Our Houston multiple DWI attorneys have secured Not Guilty verdicts in the most complex and seemingly hopeless cases, even in those where blood test evidence was submitted against our clients. We fight to win and will spare no effort in defending our clients’ rights.
Penalties for a Second DWI Offense
A second DWI is charged as a Class A misdemeanor in Texas, with penalties that may include a fine of up to $4,000, a minimum of 30 days in jail, and license suspension for up to 2 years. Additionally, you may face an annual DPS surcharge of $1,000-$2,000 to be paid for 3