Stay Safe This Football Season

Many are pulled over each week on gameday for suspicion of driving under the influence. Don’t let this be you. Follow the tips linked below to learn how to stay safe this football season.

OWI: What Does the State Need to Prove?

In 2019, Wisconsin courts found 20,956 drivers guilty of OWI; out of the 22,683 cases filed, there was a 92% conviction rate. With these rates being so high, you do not stand a chance of fighting your OWI alone. Contact us at 920.289.4262 to help you achieve the best result possible.

OWI Penalties Increase With Each Offense

Penalties will increase with each offense. For example, a 10th OWI comes with fines up to $50,000 and a prison sentence of 4 to 15 years. http://www.wisconsindot.gov/Pages/safety/education/drunk-drv/ddlaw.aspx

3 Reasons to Fight OWI Charges

Defending against OWI charges is not a fool’s errand. There are three crucial reasons to fight back when charged with OWI in Wisconsin.

Two Drunk Driving Arrests in One Day?

This young woman’s story is a perfect example of how NOT to handle an OWI arrest. Make your first call to an attorney, not to your stepfather to concoct a way to caravan home. https://www.cbs58.com/news/20-year-old-milwaukee-woman-accused-of-driving-drunk-twice-on-the-same-day