Gross Misdemeanor 3rd Degree DWI Charges
3rd Degree DWI charges are gross misdemeanors and can result in up to 365 days in jail, $3,000 fine, and up to a two year license revocation in some circumstances. Additionally, second-time DUI offenders are subject to a mandatory minimum of 30-days in jail. Due to the possibility of serious criminal and civil punishments, you need an experienced DWI attorney like Coley J. Grostyan to ensure your rights are protected.
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When is driving while impaired charged as 3rd degree DWI?
- Blood alcohol content of .20 or more;
- Test refusal;
- A child under 16 in the vehicle;
- One prior DWI or DUI conviction within the last 10 years; or
- An alcohol or drug related license revocations within the past 10 years.
Minnesota DUI lawyer Coley J. Grostyan is always accessible and responds to the needs of his clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For confidential and professional representation, contact Coley Grostyan today at 612-747-2254.
Coley Grostyan represents individuals charged with 3rd degree DWI, and all other impaired driving related charges in the Twin Cities Minneapolis/St. Paul Area, and all across the State of Minnesota.