Sentencing Whiteboard: Active Sentences for Aggravated Level One DWI

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Today’s post is a return to the Sentencing Whiteboard, this time to explain active sentences for aggravated level one DWI. As Shea and I have discussed in earlier posts (here, here, and here, among others), they are different from other DWI sentences. No parole. No good time. Not cut in half. The video explains why, and describes how typical aggravated level one sentences are administered by the county jails through the Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Program. As you’ll see, sentences for this most serious level of misdemeanor impaired driving are in many cases longer than a felony habitual DWI. I hope you’ll take a look. 

It’s been a while since I posted a whiteboard-style video. As a reminder, other titles in the series are linked below.

How Class F–I Felonies Are Served

How Class B1–E Felonies Are Served

How Consecutive Felonies Are Served

How Active Sentences for DWI Are Served

Advanced Supervised Release

A Typical Felony Probation Case

Extending Probation

 

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