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February 2013 Archives

Waukesha woman accused of biting cop after DWI arrest

Driving while intoxicated is considered a serious offense in Wisconsin, and it may be punishable by a fine or imprisonment. Drivers who are suspected of being intoxicated may have to undergo field sobriety tests, breath tests or blood-alcohol tests so that their intoxication levels can be determined. However, even the most advanced intoxication tests can be fallible.

Neenah man accused of drunk driving after rear-ending cop car

Driving under the influence may result in life-changing consequences if a person is arrested and convicted. A DUI or felony DUI conviction will show up on a criminal record, which can interfere with important goals, such as obtaining a job or going to school. A Wisconsin man accused of hitting a police vehicle with his car while intoxicated is now facing serious charges as well as other costly citations.

Cost could prevent tough state drunk driving charges

Body size, gender, age and genetics can determine how alcohol affects a person. One or two drinks might help one person feel relaxed while causing another to have impaired balance and slurred speech. When stopped by police for suspicion of impaired driving, these differences may not be considered by law enforcement or prosecutors who want to bring drunk driving charges. Anyone facing these accusations would do well to find out what the law actually states to protect their rights and reputations.

Sheboygan man incarcerated after ninth drunk driving offense

The state of Wisconsin takes drunk driving seriously. The consequences of a conviction for drunk driving charges can be serious and long-term, particularly if it is a repeat offense or if the drunk driving results in injury or death due to a traffic violation or car accident. Wisconsin's state laws are tiered, however, so the consequences for a first offense are much more lenient than for the fourth or fifth offense.

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