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The traffic stops are not all routine and you should know the legal consequences of a DWI arrest in your state.
According to the Washington Post, a DWIs conviction can mean a driver can be charged with a misdemeanor.
It can also mean a jail sentence and/or an automatic license suspension, meaning drivers with multiple DWIs convictions could be pulled over for more serious offenses like DUIs or speeding.
DWI arrests can also result in a vehicle confiscation, a jail time and/an automatic license revocation.
You should be aware that you may have a choice about whether to pay the fine or seek a DWIP.
According the Washington Examiner, the fine can range from $25 to $50.
A DWIP can also include other sanctions such as speeding tickets and community service.
It is important to note that there is no clear standard for the amount of the fine and the range of penalties a driver could face.
It could be much higher than the fine.
For example, a driver who had a DUI in DC last year and failed a drug test could face up to $250,000 in fines.
The DWIP option is more likely to be used in cases where a driver has multiple DWI convictions in a given state.
The fines in DC are also more severe than those in some other states.
In addition, the District of Columbia has an automatic DWIP, meaning that drivers with DUIs in DC can only get an automatic suspension or $75,000 fine.
It’s important to keep in mind that there are other factors that can affect your DWIP decision, such as whether you’re a new driver, whether you have prior DWI history, whether your driver’s license is suspended or revoked, and whether you are a driver with multiple DUIs.
If you’ve been arrested in DC in the past, you should always consult an experienced criminal defense attorney for advice.
If the traffic stop results in a DWIF, you may need to go to court for an arraignment.
The DC court system has a $1,000 bail system that can allow you to avoid a traffic ticket if you’re able to afford it.
If a judge finds you guilty of a lesser offense, you can get a lesser fine, and a judge can issue a warning and a suspension.
If all else fails, you could be ordered to do community service and a mandatory license revocation, which could be a jail term or even a suspension of your license for up to one year.
This could be costly for you, and it’s important that you speak with a qualified criminal defense lawyer before you agree to plead guilty to a DWIC.
For more information on DWI laws, see our guide to DWI charges.
If your DWI was caught while you were driving in Washington, DC, we’ve put together a detailed guide to help you navigate all the different elements that could affect your case.