Being accused of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol can be a stressful and harrowing process. Without the necessary legal experience, individuals who stand accused of drunk driving may be uncertain how best to handle the situation and where to turn for guidance on what comes next. A 21-year-old man could be in search of advice after reports of a single-vehicle accident in Wisconsin led to his arrest on suspicion of drunk driving.
While there are a variety of scenarios in which authorities may deem it necessary to close down a road, sometimes those who live on the road may still need access to their homes. However, choosing to ignore road signs could increase suspicions of wrongful behavior, especially if the action places others in danger. A 36-year-old man in Wisconsin is now facing drunk driving charges after allegedly ignoring road-closed signs and driving his vehicle into a flooded area.
You may have had many things on your mind the last time you were out with your friends. Perhaps you were concerned about impressing an attractive person at the bar. Maybe you were celebrating a special occasion or nursing a broken heart. The furthest thing from your mind was work because, after all, that's what good times are for.
When authorities receive reports of a possibly intoxicated driver in the area, they are obligated to further investigate the matter. Should the vehicle in question be unoccupied, they may have the task of attempting to locate and identify its driver. A 45-year-old man in Wisconsin is now facing his seventh offense for drunk driving after allegedly crashing his car and walking away from the scene.
While having to install and use an ignition interlock device can be a daunting experience, for many, it is an unfortunate reality. The penalties for refusing to comply with similar obligations can be severe and may only add to the severity of a successive conviction for drunk driving. A 58-year-old man was recently taken into custody and accused of a seventh drunk driving offense after police say he was pulled over for speeding in Wisconsin.