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February 2019 Archives

Traffic stop for revoked license leads to drunk driving charges

There are a variety of scenarios in which a routine traffic stop may occur, some of which might not always include an apparent traffic violation. For instance, authorities may choose to initiate a stop should they learn that a driver is operating a vehicle without a valid license. A traffic stop that took place under similar circumstances in Wisconsin has left a 48-year-old man facing drunk driving charges.

When is an ignition interlock device mandatory in Wisconsin?

When it comes to drinking and driving, the laws regarding this offense vary from state to state. Some states may impose harsher penalties for first-time offenders, and other states, like Wisconsin, may not even consider jail time a possible penalty for a first-time DUI offense. Because of these differences, it is important to understand the applicable laws when facing a DUI charge.

Man faces 10th drunk driving charge after altercation at bar

In some cases, it may take little more than the words of another party to prompt an investigation, and such an event could leave a person facing criminal charges. Should witnesses claim that an individual drove away from a bar while impaired after causing a dispute, authorities are obligated to further investigate the situation. A recent incident that took place under similar circumstances in Wisconsin has left a 62-year-old man facing drunk driving charges.

1 accused of drunk driving after single-car crash in Wisconsin

Upon encountering a vehicle that has veered off the road, bystanders may wish to notify emergency responders to aid the occupants. In some cases, a swift response time may make a substantial difference in the outcome of the situation, especially if there are injuries involved. Unfortunately, a recent single-car crash in Wisconsin has left a 66-year-old man accused of drunk driving.

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