that their second DUI conviction should be vacated on the grounds that
they were not advised as to the harshness of fines and penalties for
those convicted of a third DUI offense.
The court determined that failure to provide defendants with notice of
future DWI violation penalties, as required by the law, does not prevent
a court from imposing enhanced penalties for future DWI convictions.
Ultimately, the court found that even if the defendant was not properly
advised of the penalties of a third DWI offense at the time of his previous sentencing, he could not avoid the penalties for his future crimes.
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