MISEDEMEANOR AGGRAVATED DWI – FIRST OFFENSE

Aggravated DWI is a misdemeanor. If convicted of an Aggravated DWI as a first offense, the following are possible sentencing parameters:
A fine of between $1,000 and $2,500, up to 1 year in jail, or both;
A period of probation of 3 years;
Revocation of your driver's license for a minimum of 1 year;
Discretionary revocation of your registration for at least 1 year;
A surcharge of $395 ($400 if the case is in a Town or a Village Court);
A driver responsibility assessment of $250 a year for 3 years;
You will be required to attend a Victim Impact Panel and install and maintain an ignition interlock device in any motor vehicle that you own or operate during the term of probation or conditional discharge, but not less less than 6 months.
You may be eligible for the Drinking Driver Program and a conditional license.

MISEDEMEANOR AGGRAVATED DWI – SECOND OFFENSE

If you are charged with Aggravated DWI within 10 years of having been convicted of either a DWI, Aggravated DWI, DWAI Drugs, or DWAI Combined Influence, you can be charged with felony Aggravated DWI. However, if you are not prosecuted on the felony, but are allowed to plead to the misdemeanor Aggravated DWI, the following are possible sentencing parameters:
A fine of between $1,000 and $2,500, up to 1 year in jail, or both; or probation for a period of 3 years;
Revocation of your driver's license for a minimum of 18 months. You will be denied full licensure until the expiration of the minimum revocation period.;
Discretionary revocation of your registration for a minimum of 18 months;
A surcharge of $395 ($400 if the case is in a Town or a Village Court);
A driver responsibility assessment of $250 a year for 3 years;
You will be required to attend a Victim Impact Panel; and required to install and maintain an ignition interlock device in any motor vehicle that you own or operate during the term of probation or conditional discharge, but not less than 6 months.