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April 2014 Archives

Wisconsin Supreme Court to consider blood testing policy

As it currently stands, Wisconsin law allows police officers to take blood from people suspected of drunk driving without first obtaining the suspect's permission or a search warrant from a judge. That is not how all other states handle such matters. A 2013 decision from the United States Supreme Court may change how Wisconsin law enforcement officials address this type of situation.

Scheduled drunk driving crackdowns occur in Wisconsin

From time to time Wisconsin drivers may see police officers conducting planned traffic stops at specific locations. These stops can happen for a variety of reasons. In some cases, officers are looking for individuals suspected of committing crimes and in others they are attempting to enforce driving safety laws such as seatbelt use.

Wisconsin man arrested for suspected DUI accident

When a driver is pulled over in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, they often think about the potential charges they could face. With regards to a suspected drunk driving, a driver could endure serious penalties and consequences such as license revocation, fines and even jail time. These consequences could seriously impact their personal life as well as their professional life, so it is important that they properly address the situation and devise a strong defense.

Wisconsin man faces DUI charges after crash with child in car

Field sobriety tests can be unreliable for a number of reasons. Many of the tests are antiquated and dubious, failing to provide absolute proof of a person's intoxication. One of the more common and effective defense strategies in DUI cases is to pick apart a prosecution that is built around the results of field sobriety tests. Proof of inaccurate field sobriety tests can invalidate a prosecutor's claims, allowing defendants to potentially get their DUI charges dismissed.

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