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Is license revocation only a penalty for drunk driving?


Individuals who keep up with this Wisconsin drunk driving defense law blog probably know that license revocation is a possible penalty for being convicted of drunk driving. However, alleged drunk drivers are not the only ones who can have their licenses taken away. License revocation is a relatively common potential consequence for a variety of driving and non-driving offenses.

Drunk driving can lead to the loss of driving privileges


Facing allegations of drunk driving can be devastating to many Wisconsin residents. Not only does the process of defending one's self against the charges cost both time and money, but many people also suffer damage to their reputations even when allegations of driving while intoxicated are false. In some cases, individuals convicted of drunk driving lose their drivers licenses temporarily or permanently. Those losses can have long-term consequences on the affected individuals' abilities to earn wages.

Securing an occupational license after drunk driving conviction


Losing one's driver's license can be an injurious punishment for a Wisconsin resident convicted of drunk driving. Many people who live in the state need driver's licenses to get to work. Without a license, most people would not be able to hold down jobs and earn the money they need to support their families.

Drivers license revocation as a part of alcohol rehabilitation

Many people think that individuals convicted of drunk driving are irresponsible miscreants who fail to contribute to society. This misapprehension is true across the country and right here in Wisconsin, where hard working people who struggle with alcohol addictions occasionally make poor decisions to drive when they shouldn't. Though their actions may put others at risk, drunken driving convictions may be the best opportunities for such individuals to take control of their lives.

Fourth OWI charge for 21-year-old Oshkosh man

In Wisconsin, multiple OWI offenses mean increased penalties, including the suspension of a driver's license and even jail time. What people accused of drunk driving need to know is that defenses are available to help protect the defendant's rights.

Wisconsin legislators hope to toughen DUI laws

All states have laws that aim to deter drunken driving, with harsher penalties being doled out to drivers who are repeatedly arrested for DUI or who cause accidents while drunk behind the wheel.

Report: Drunk driving arrests strain Wisconsin justice system

A person who faces drunken driving charges should be fully aware of his or her rights before, during and after the arrest. The penalties for being convicted of OWI are severe, including license suspension or revocation, as well as other serious consequences such as heavy fines and jail time. Though in Wisconsin there is no permanent license revocation, there are various types of license suspensions that can be ordered.

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