A Minnesota DWI conviction can carry serious consequences. Depending on your record and history, the state will charge you with either a misdemeanor, a gross misdemeanor, or a felony. Regardless of the charge, a conviction could mean jail/prison time, large fines, probation, community service, the revocation of your driver’s license, and even electronic monitoring.
These consequences can be severe, and can affect you in a number of ways. You may lose your job. Your family life may suffer. You may be unable to drink alcohol, and may be required to attend A.A. or chemical dependency classes.
Don’t let a DWI derail your life. To discuss your Minnesota DWI case, contact us today.