2nd Offense DWI in Hanover – Reduced to DWI 1st Offense

2nd Offense DWI Hanover County – Reduced to 1st Offense

John Weiland represented a client charged with a Second Offense DWI in 5 Years in Hanover County, Va. A Second Offense DWI statutorily requires a significant jail sentence, hefty fines and a 3-year loss of driving privileges. On the trial date, Mr. Weiland was able to get the 2nd Offense DWI in 5 years reduced to a DWI 1st Offense, which has no mandatory jail time, only one year loss of license (instead of three) and carries lower penalties otherwise.

If you have been charged with DUI/DWI in Virginia, it is important that you contact an attorney that understands Virginia’s traffic laws and can guide you accordingly. John Weiland, The Weiland Firm, and Nick Wright of The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law focus their practice on defending clients charged with serious traffic offenses such as Reckless Driving and DUI/DWI and are ready to help you win your case.

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