At Melowski & Singh, handling cases is simply not enough. We understand the stakes, particularly when it comes to the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) because of repeat convictions (second or higher), high BAC levels (.15 or above in a first offense) or DUI with a minor in your car. From one year to the duration of driver's license revocation, you will not be able to start your car until you blow into the cellphone-sized device that measures your blood alcohol content (BAC). If the IID shows a BAC above a certain level, you will not be able to start your car. A malfunction or false positive reading could impact your ability to get to and from work. What's more, the shame and embarrassment of having to utilize the device in front of family, friends or co-workers is something that no one wants to experience. On top of all that is the exorbitant cost of the installation and maintenance of the device.
Defense for Wisconsin Ignition Interlock Devices
Dennis Melowski — the only one to have been selected 10 times for inclusion in Wisconsin Super Lawyers list by Law & Politics and Milwaukee Magazine for DUI defense from 2005 to 2011 — will put his achievements up against any other Wisconsin law firm. Attorneys who vow to hold the hands of their clients facing serious consequences that involve ignition interlock devices do little to help their clients avoid that intrusive and often faulty device.
If you pick the wrong lawyer, you will have been plea bargained into having an ignition interlock device installed in your car. Do not settle for an attorney all too willing to settle.