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Teens face drunk driving and child endangerment allegations

Any Wisconsinite who is facing allegations of driving while intoxicated must understand the short and long-term consequences they will deal with if they are convicted. Not only will it impact their driving privileges, but it can lead to jail time, fines and other penalties. Depending on the situation and if there are multiple offenses alleged, the person can have his or her entire life upended. No matter how the charges came about, it is crucial to craft a strong defense against these allegations with help from an experienced OWI attorney.

Child injured, woman killed in motorcycle drunk driving crash

In Appleton and across Wisconsin, it is important to remember that drunk driving charges are not limited to driving a car or a truck. Motorcyclists can also face drunk driving charges. Motorcyclists are just as susceptible to an arrest for operating while intoxicated as anyone else. The charges and the penalties for a conviction can be significant. This is especially true when there is a felony drunk driving charge. The penalties will be the same regardless of the type of vehicle the person was driving and it is imperative to lodge a strong defense after an arrest.

Man charged with drunk driving after passing out in drive-through

Anyone who is facing allegations of driving under the influence in Appleton and throughout Wisconsin should remember the litany of consequences they will face should there be a conviction. These can include a driver license suspension, an arrest, fines and other penalties. A strong defense can be imperative to combat these charges, especially when there are prior offenses in the driver's past. The circumstances under which the arrest was made are key to the strategy used when formulating that defense and should not be ignored.

Man with eight previous OWI incidents arrested on new OWI charge

For Appleton residents and those throughout Wisconsin, law enforcement will be actively seeking drivers who indicate hallmarks of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. After a traffic stop, when the officer has investigated and come to the determination that the driver is under the influence, there will be an arrest. A conviction can carry with it significant consequences. This is especially true if the driver has previous convictions for an OWI charge. Having a legal defense is important regardless of the circumstances.

What should you know about ignition interlock devices?

When a Wisconsin resident is arrested on drunk driving charges, the penalties for a conviction can be significant. Most people will understand that there is a chance for fines, a driver's license revocation and even jail time. However, there are other penalties that can be assessed as well. There may be an order for an ignition interlock device to be placed on the driver's vehicle. Knowing when this is a possibility and how it can affect a person's life is imperative, just as it is important to present a strong defense to try to avoid a conviction.

The accused in a drunk driving case has options

How do you defend yourself against drunk driving charges? It's a simple question, but it may sound silly to even ask it. This is because most people assume that someone who is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is guilty -- even though we are all presumed innocent to begin with.

Federal study urges lowered drunk driving limits

For Wisconsin residents, being convicted of drunk driving can carry serious penalties. The state, like all other states, has a blood alcohol content limit of .08 percent. Being found driving while at or over that threshold can lead to a fine, incarceration and a driver's license suspension. A federally funded study argues that the BAC limit should be reduced in order to reduce the number of fatalities and serious crashes.

Wisconsin woman charged with OWI following crash with 8 children

Law enforcement responding to a single-vehicle collision on the I-43 highway in Milwaukee on Jan. 10 encountered eight children and two adults outside a minivan that had struck a retaining wall. Deputies described the results of the 30-year-old female driver's field sobriety test as poor. Her breath test produced a blood alcohol level of .088, which resulted in her arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and transporting children.

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