Q: What will happen to a person in texas, faceing there6th or 7th DWI
They were arrested and fled from the charge and when they got arrested again they got caught with a weapon charge as a felon
A: Anything over 2 DWIs in Texas is going to be a 3rd degree felony. You do run the risk, however, of the charge being enhanced to a habitual felony due to your prior felony DWI convictions. That would jump you up to a 2nd degree felony. You need to contact a defense attorney immediately to try to get a handle on your situation. Good luck.
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