OWI Case – ’12

” Back in December 2012 I was charged with a 2nd offence D.U.I. due to a vehicle crash I created while driving drunk. The next morning after being let out of jail I went across the street to Mullen, Schlough & Associates. I presented my case to Attorney Scott Schlough and Attorney Mark Mullen. They took action right away, both Attorneys filed a motion with the DMV of Wisconsin to preserve my drivers license. Because of the quick actions they took I was able to keep my drivers licence for over a year. I was very surprised considering my BAC was that of .298 when registered from a blood draw, and, I had also been charged with a Refusel. In the end, Attorney Schlough was able to get the State to drop the refusel charge, and because I was proactive with all of the Driver Safety programs that Scott recommended I do, the judge dropped my fine from $1100- $900, 5 days jail, and loss of licence for 1 year. Throughout all of this, Scott and Mark had an open door for me. I work “Out of State” and any questions I had, both Scott and Mark replied within a few days. They always gave me a positive answer no matter what. They where great to work with and considering the damage I created with a 2nd offence D.U.I/ car crash, they really helped me out!! .”

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