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When is a DWI a felony?

A person accused of driving while intoxicated can face felony charges depending on the circumstances surrounding the alleged crime or on the number of previous convictions a person has. For instance, if the person charged with driving under the influence has inadvertently killed another while operating their vehicle or has three previous DWI convictions in the past seven years, their charges may be increased to a felony.

The qualified Raleigh felony DWI lawyers at the Law Office of Jim Black can help you understand your legal rights and options if you have been charged with a felony DWI. For more information about felony DWI charges, contact our offices at 919-600-4609.

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"Jim, I just wanted to thank you again for everything you did for me. I am very happy about the outcome and would recommend you to anyone and everyone who has a DUI case. Two things that stuck out the most is your patience and honesty, you wanted the best for me and that was obvious."
-J.M.

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