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February 2018 Archives

Wisconsin man accused of 4th drunk driving offense

Upon being accused of a crime, many individuals may be uncertain how to respond to the situation or where to turn for guidance. Facing criminal allegations can be a daunting experience, and seeking advice from an attorney early on could prove invaluable. A 51-year-old man could be focusing on his defense after he was accused of drunk driving in relation to his alleged involvement in a recent accident in Wisconsin.

1 facing charges for homicide by drunk driving in Wisconsin

A 23-year-old woman is reportedly facing homicide charges in relation to a fatal collision in Wisconsin in which she was allegedly driving while intoxicated. While simply being involved in such an incident can be daunting enough on its own, the situation could become significantly more challenging should criminal charges be filed. Those who face drunk driving charges of this nature may wish to prepare for what comes next, but without the necessary legal experience, they might be uncertain how best to move forward.

Police limitations during a DUI stop

You may be aware of your constitutional rights protecting you from police search and seizure without good reason. In other words, a police officer can't stop you on the street and pat you down just to make sure you aren't carrying any contraband. Likewise, police may not enter your home or search your car without your permission unless they have a warrant. The law also places very specific limits on what police may do when they pull you over for DUI.

Proposed changes could lead to increase in successive DUI charges

Driving under the influence of alcohol is a serious offense, and a conviction on this type of charge can have a substantial impact on a person's life. Even if a person is able to avoid jail time, the potential penalties for DUI convictions could include loss of driving privileges and significant monetary fines. While a conviction for driving snowmobiles or boats currently has no impact on one's license, officials in the Wisconsin government have proposed a bill that would change how these offenses are treated if it is passed into law.

Wisconsin man accused of drunk driving and evading authorities

Upon being accused of a crime, many individuals may be uncertain of their legal rights and how to respond to allegations. The criminal justice system can be complex, and without the necessary legal experience, a person may find it advisable to seek assistance in navigating the process. A 46-year-old man is likely focused on his defense after he was recently taken into custody and accused of drunk driving in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin man facing felony DUI charges after traffic stop

For many individuals, being pulled over for speeding can lead to a citation and monetary fine. However, for others, a similar situation could become significantly more intimidating should they be accused of additional crimes, such as driving under the influence of alcohol. A Wisconsin man is reportedly facing his eighth DUI charge following a recent traffic stop that took place under similar circumstances.

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