How To Properly Handle a Traffic Stop

The Wisconsin State Patrol provides guidelines you should follow during a traffic stop. Pointers the state patrol provides entail placing your keys on your dashboard and keeping your hands in the officer’s line of sight. You should not reach for your license, registration or insurance cards until they are requested, in order to consistently keep your hands in plain sight of the officer.

If a serious charge such as a DUI or OWI results from your traffic stop, contact J. Kippa Law, LLC. We have extensive experience in providing clients with effective and aggressive defense. We can challenge the legality of your traffic stop, as well as challenge the results of any chemical testing administered. Jeffrey Kippa’s defense team has extensive knowledge working with judges, prosecutors and the Department of Transportation (DOT) on OWI cases.

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