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Aggravated DWI Charges in Fort Worth

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While operating a vehicle of any kind with a blood-alcohol content of over .08% (known as “driving while intoxicated”) is illegal in Texas, there is a second level to this crime for extreme cases. Known as an “aggravated DWI,” these instances are extremely dangerous and carry heavy penalties with life-altering consequences.

If you have been arrested and charged with DWI, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. With such huge penalties possibly being at risk, it is important to secure a Fort Worth DWI attorney who can fight for your best interests in the most optimal fashion. At Jerry Loftin & Associates, we have many years defending those facing criminal accusations, and can stand up for you when facing your prosecution in court.

Call Jerry Loftin & Associates today by dialing (817) 591-7850 and let us evaluate your case completely free of charge!

What Is an Aggravated DWI?

In order for a DWI charge to be considered aggravated, the case must be severe or cause extreme danger to another. Unlike a normal DWI, an aggravated DWI is considered a felony charge, which will lead to a lasting permanent criminal record with extensive consequences.

You can be charged with a felony aggravated DWI if:

  • Your blood alcohol exceeds .15%
  • You are facing your third DWI within the lookback period of both of the previous two
  • You had a child under the age of 15 in your car at the time of the arrest
  • You caused an accident that resulted in serious bodily injury

Aggravated DWI convictions will land you a minimum of six months in jail, but the judge could also give you up to 20 years. You could also face fines of close to $10,000, not including your legal fees, costs to install an ignition interlock device, and more.

With so much at stake, it is vital that you contact Jerry Loftin & Associates as soon as possible and let us represent you against your charges in court!

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