It is important to understand that administrative consequences are completely different than criminal consequences in your DWI case. Criminal penalties relate only to the criminal case that you have pending in the New Mexico courts, and may also result in a revocation of your driver’s license. However, administrative consequences, which typically include a period of license revocation and an ignition interlock license, are completely separate from, and in addition to your criminal penalties.
You can consult the table below to determine what the possible administrative consequences of your DWI case may be. However, because DWI laws are constantly changing, you should always consult Montrose Law to discuss the consequences of your case.
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