Which of the following are possible penalties for a fourth DWI conviction?

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  • Five years of home incarceration
  • Seizure and sale of vehicle
  • Six weeks of inpatient alcohol treatment


If you are convicted of DWI for the fourth time, you may incur any or all of the following penalties: a felony criminal record, seizure and sale of your vehicle, six weeks of inpatient and then one year of outpatient alcohol or drug treatment, up to 5 years of home incarceration, up to 30 years of jail time, and a $5,000 fine.

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