First of all, you need to schedule an appointment with your attorney to get your legal questions answered. Because this is your 3rd offense, it appears you have been charged with a felony DWLS/R. Some common issues that arise on these charges are:
1. Purpose of the stop (for a possible motion to suppress)
2. Whether you were represented by counsel on your previous pleas to DWLS/R - if not, there may be an argument to have the current charge reduced to a misdemeanor
3. Are you eligible for a license now and if so can your attorney negotiate something less than a felony if you are able to obtain a license.
4. Do you have a defense? In this case, a necessity defense may need to be explored.
Best of luck!
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