A 4th Offense OWI in Wisconsin

“The truth about .08” View Article Here 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 inclu...

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First-Offense Possession

Heroin possession is not a crime that is taken lightly in Wisconsin. If you are charged with first-offense possession, you face a Class I felony. Possible penalties of first-offense possession include fines of ...

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The National Immigration Detention Hotline

Freedom for Immigrants has recently announced that a settlement was reached with the federal government, that will allow for the continuation of the hotline. The hotline began operation in 2013, but was later s...

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Wisconsin Identity Theft

The Wisconsin Statutes defines identity theft as intentionally using or attempting to use another individual’s identity or ID documents to: (a) To obtain credit, money, goods, services, employment, or an...

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First Degree Sexual Assault in Wisconsin

According to Section 940.255(1) of the Wisconsin Statutes, the state must prove the following elements in first degree sexual assault: “Has sexual contact or sexual intercourse with another person without con...

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Marijuana Laws in Wisconsin

Despite the move to legalize marijuana in many states, it remains illegal in the state of Wisconsin. If you are charged with possession of marijuana, it is considered a misdemeanor, even if it is your first off...

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Ignition Interlock Devices in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, the installation of an ignition interlock device in every vehicle you own is ordered by judges, in the following cases: If you commit a repeat OWI offense If your BAC was .15 or higher for your fi...

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