What is Wisconsin’s implied consent law? According to this law, if you drive a vehicle, you automatically consent to the submission of blood, breath or urine testing if it is suspected you are driving under the influence. Refusal to submit to such chemical testing results in exacerbated penalties. View the implied consent law as presented by the Wisconsin Statutes here.
If you are charged with an OWI, contact Stroud, Willink & Howard Criminal Defense Group LLC. The sooner we represent you as your legal counsel, the sooner we can investigate the conduct of the police at your stop, whether field sobriety tests were used appropriately to determine if you were intoxicated and the accuracy of breath and blood tests.