Marijuana Charges in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, a first-time charge for possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor. A conviction entails fines and possible time in prison. A second conviction of marijuana possession in Wisconsin is considered a f...

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Facts About Wisconsin OWI Offenses

There’s a lot of misinformation out there about OWI offenses in Wisconsin. Many people believe that being arrested for operating while intoxicated is no big deal, or that they can’t get in trouble i...

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Harsh Consequences for an OWI in Wisconsin

As years pass, Wisconsin OWI laws simply become stricter. Senate Bill 135, enacted in March of 2018, stated that upon a 4th OWI, your license will be permanently revoked if your conviction happens within 15 ye...

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Field Sobriety Tests

During a traffic stop, if a law enforcement officer suspects you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may be asked to perform one of the three standard field sobriety tests. The three standard tests...

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Marijuana OWI’s in Wisconsin

Recent Trend of Widespread Decriminalization of Marijuana in the United States The November 2020 United States presidential election led to four more states voting for legalization of recreational marijuana use...

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