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Factors that Increase DWI Penalties
Factors that Increase DWI Penalties

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges can lead to severe consequences for the accused. However, did you know that certain circumstances could increase the severity of DWI charges, and subsequently increase potential penalties? If this is news to you, keep reading to learn ...

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