Aggravated DWI Lawyer


Aggravated DWI (Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated) is a crime, and charged for driving with a BAC of .18 or higher. If a first offense in the last ten years, it is a misdemeanor.

Being charged with Aggravated DWI is serious, moreso than DWI, in that the fines and driver’s license suspension times are doubled. Expensive and time-consuming classes and counseling are mandatory, and a driver interlock device will be required to be installed in your ignition. Your insurance rates will go up, probably more than for DWI as well. Future employers may be aware or notified of your conviction. Getting a job where driving is required will be very difficult, and a job based on driving or piloting will be next to impossible.

Karl Myles takes full advantage of every detail and loophole. Did you know that Karl Myles goes over a complete DWI defense strategy that begins from the moment you were pulled over, to the moment you were put in jail?

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the potential penalties you face, Karl Myles is not only very experienced in DWI law, he is an expert on putting you at ease and counseling you on what may come ahead. Karl Myles will shoulder the burden of your case. He will meet with you night or day, at your home or your jail cell to fight your charges. Call (716) 812-2228 now for immediate assistance.

What Are The Penalties For Violations?


Violation Mandatory Fine Max Jail Term Mandatory Driver License Action
Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated (AGG DWI) $1,000 - $2,500 1 year Revoked for at least one year
Second AGG DWI in 10 years (E felony) $1,000 - $5,000 4 years Revoked for at least 18 months
Third AGG DWI in 10 years (D felony) $2,000 - $10,000 7 years Revoked for at least 18 months