What Are the Common OWI Defenses?

The most commonly used defense against OWI charges are constitutional violations, police errors and incorrect protocol. An experienced attorney can examine your situation....

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The Best Way To Make It Go Away

No one likes filling out paperwork, making phone calls, meeting with attorneys or spending time in a courthouse. Those various disliked circumstances and duties lay the foundation for a desire to “just make t...

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Congress Aims To Curb Drunk Driving

President Biden’s infrastructure plan will set a new rule-making process. The legislation requires the technology must passively monitor the performance of a driver of a vehicle to identify whether the driver...

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Drinking And Driving Puts You On Thin Ice

It’s getting colder, but not that cold. An important reminder that alcohol and driving do not mix. Source: https://www.kare11.com/article/sports/outdoors/barron-county-sheriff-ice-fishing-warning/89-098b4...

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A Dubious Top 10 Ranking For Wisconsin

We recently shared some information about where our state ranks among others in a particularly troubling category. As reported by WAOW, “a report by Zutobi found that Wisconsin is number 10 in ...

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COVID-19 Vaccinations and Immigration

Starting October 1, individuals applying to immigrate to the U.S. will be required to prove they have received proper COVID-19 vaccinations. Proof of this will be a new requirement, as part of immigrants’ med...

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First-Degree Intentional Homicide

The Wisconsin Statutes defines first-degree intentional homicide as an act committed when an individual causes “the death of another human being with an intent to kill that person.” It is a Class A felony i...

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