Drunk Driving Defense (OWI, DUI, DWI)

If you have been arrested for drunk driving you need to act quickly.  In Wisconsin, you have ten days to request a hearing with the Department of Transportation to fight an automatic driver's license suspension.

As of July 1, 2010 Ignition Interlock devices are mandatory for persons convicted of:


  • Refusing to submit to a blood alcohol test;
  • A repeat OWI offense; and
  • A first offense OWI with a blood alcohol level at or above 1.5.

In order to protect your license and your livelihood it is important to have an experienced attorney defending your rights.

Call today for an initial consultation with one of our experienced OWI defense attorneys.


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