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I know every judge is different but my questions are...
With two previous misdemeanor convictions 1. DWI over 23 years ago. 2. reckless driving over 15 years ago (DWI 2nd charges dismissed and reduced to reckless driving) how will most judges look at these convictions when sentencing a current 2nd DWI (no victims/wreck)?
Will the prosecution typically "go for blood" in a case where the above exists?
I am a productive member of society, married almost 16 years, daughter 12 years old, a college degree with stable career and employment, homeowner, clean driving record with no accidents, no criminal history other than what I've disclosed here.
I made a mistake and an very sorry for my actions, the victims have been my family, I will never do this again. What should I expect?
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