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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Wisconsin OWI Conviction Penalties

1st Offense OWI in Wisconsin Wisconsin law forbids the operating of a motor vehicle if you have a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or greater, or if you are showing signs of impairment. If you are requi...

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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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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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