“The truth about .08”
A 4th offense OWI in Wisconsin is considered a felony charge. If convicted of a felony in Wisconsin, you will suffer detrimental consequences. Such consequences include:
-Losing you eligibility for federal assistance
-It becomes harder to obtain a job due to your tainted record
-you cannot vote until two years following your probation period
-you lose your gun rights for the rest of your life
A 4th OWI charge is important to dodge. The lawyers at Stroud, Willink & Howard Criminal Defense Group take a science-based approach to OWI cases. This leverages the chance you are able to salvage your future and freedom in the face of these charges.