What Happens When You Are Convicted Of A Second DWI
When a person has two or more prior DWI convictions within the last ten years, the new DWI charge shall be a Class D felony.
If a person is convicted of this Class D felony, the defendant shall be subject to the following penalties:
1. A fine of not less than $2,000, nor more than $10,000, and/or
2. A period of imprisonment where the maximum sentence is two and one-third to seven years imprisonment.