As far as the DWI itself, penalties are the same as for DWI with alcohol. The first time offense is a class B misdemeanor, with a punishment of three days to one-hundred and eighty days in jail, and up to a $2,000 fine. Just as in other DWI cases with alcohol, if a person has a prior DWI, then a second time DWI can be a class A misdemeanor, up to a year in jail, and up to a $4,000 fine. The third time DWI can be a felony. Just like in DWIs with alcohol, if a child under the age of fifteen is in the car, then it is a felony, and if a person is injured, it is a felony.