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When is an ignition interlock device required in Wisconsin?


Drunk driving charges, if not properly challenged, can result in serious penalties. An individual who is convicted of DUI in Wisconsin may face jail time, fines, license suspension, license revocation, and damage to his or her reputation and career. Another penalty these individuals may face is the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device.

Wisconsin breath test attorneys who get results


Prosecutors in Wisconsin often rely on breath test results in order to obtain DUI convictions. However, as we discussed last week in this blog, these tests are not always accurate. In fact, an improperly maintained or calibrated breath test machine can leave you facing unwarranted criminal charges based on bogus test results. If this happens and you don't present a strong criminal defense, then you could be in for severe penalties, including jail, fines, license suspension, and license revocation.

DUI expungement is not permitted in Wisconsin


Wisconsin residents who are charged with a DUI may be concerned for their future, and rightly so. After all, a DUI conviction can negatively impact one's reputation, employment, education, and ability to drive. Those facing allegations of drunk driving have the right to fight the charges in court. If one is nonetheless convicted, he or she may wonder if they have the right to have that conviction expunged.

Attacking the accuracy of a breath test in Wisconsin


Wisconsin residents who are faced with DUI charges may feel like they have an uphill battle. This may be the case, but the fact that the state has evidence against an individual should not paralyze them into inaction. In fact, there may be instances where the state's evidence is so flawed that, if properly objected to, it should be inadmissible in court.

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