Third Offense DWI

     Persons who are facing a third DWI offense are in a difficult legal situation. There is already past evidence from two other cases that has resulted in a conviction for DWI. You have also likely already been assigned to complete some type of court ordered treatment program which may lead some to believe that rehabilitation efforts have failed. While these are difficult facts to overcome, it is not impossible. We have faced difficult situations before and can provide you with the defense you need. We cannot promise any particular outcome but you can rest assured that we will do everything possible under the law to defend you against your charge.

Penalties for Third Offense DWI Conviction

     In New Hampshire, third offense DWI is classified as a Class A Misdemeanor. Persons who are convicted of a class A misdemeanor could face a minimum of one year in jail, 2 years of probation, and a $1,000 fine. Additional potential penalties for conviction include:

  • Loss of license for at least 5 years;
  • Required installation of an Interlock System;
  • Required SR-22 insurance;
  • Court ordered substance abuse evaluation; and
  • Mandatory referral to an Impaired Driver Care Management Program.

     As you can see, the penalties for a third offense DWI conviction are much more severe than the penalties for a second or first offense DWI conviction. It is absolutely vital that you provide yourself with the best defense possible by hiring our Nashua DWI lawyer to represent you.

Contact Us for Legal Assistance

     If you are facing a DWI charge, call the Law Office of Chadwick-Fricano-Weber to discuss your case with our  DWI attorneys. We will evaluate the specific details of your case so that we can advise you about your legal matter. If you choose to retain us, we will do everything possible to defend you against your DWI charges. The defenses used and strategies employed will vary based on each individual case. Call our office at (603) 880-6100 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss the specific details of your case with us.