Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI)

Being charged with Driving While Impaired can be a devastating event with serious punishments, but you don’t have to face it alone. Call Bostrom Law Firm to speak with an attorney who can review your case and discuss your options.

License Revocation Additional Punishments
First Offense Mandatory one year license revocation.
  • PLUS any combination of the following: Fine up to $4,000, jail time up to 24 months,  72 hours of community service, and 30 days without a limited driving privilege.
  • Required ignition interlock device if you have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15% or more.
Second Offense Mandatory four year license revocation (if convicted within three years of first offense).
  • Fine up to $10,000 and up to 36 months of jail time.
  • Limited driving privilege will not be issued if there is less than seven years between first conviction and second offense.
Third Offense Mandatory permanent license revocation (if convicted within five years of another offense).
  • Fine up to $10,000 and up to 36 months of jail time.
Fourth Offense Mandatory permanent license revocation.
  • Fine up to $10,000 and up to 36 months of jail time.
  • If the three prior DWI convictions occurred within the past seven years the charge is a felony.

Underage Alcohol Related Offenses – First Conviction: One year license revocation for the following under 21 drivers:

  • attempts to purchase or purchases an alcoholic beverage
  • aids or abets someone in the purchase of alcohol
  • attempts to use fake driver license or ID to purchase alcoholic beverage
  • allows underage person to use his or her license to purchase alcohol
  • convicted for driving with any amount of alcohol or drugs in his or her body