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How drunk driving charges can become aggravated Wisconsin DUIs


As readers of this Wisconsin drunk driving defense blog may be well aware, a drunk driving or DUI charge can impose significant burdens on an affected party's life. A DUI conviction can prevent a person from exercising certain rights and privileges. It can hold a person back in his career and prevent him from advancing in other areas of his life.

Does my blood alcohol concentration rise after I stop drinking?


The human body is a highly complicated system. In fact, that system is so complicated that Wisconsin residents often rely on medical experts to help them understand when problems develop with their health. Because human bodies can react and respond in unexpected ways, many individuals fail to understand how certain substances may affect their physical and cognitive conditions.

Refusing a drunk driving test can lead to a revoked license


Wisconsin currently has on its books an implied consent law. Generally speaking, the implied consent law provides that all drivers on Wisconsin roads have already given their consent to submitting to a blood alcohol content test if they are suspected of driving while intoxicated. This could be a breath, urine or blood test and it can be used to test for alcohol and other controlled substances.

Wisconsin lawmakers propose lifetime driving ban for fifth DUI


The potential consequences of a DUI arrest in Wisconsin are serious. Although a DUI first offense is not a criminal offense, a conviction can result in license suspension and hefty fines. A blood alcohol concentration of 0.15 or above, or a conviction of DUI with a minor passenger can result in mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. Second and subsequent offenses can result in a jail sentence and an ignition interlock device.

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