Helpful Advice from a DUI Defense Attorney

Millions of drivers are arrested for an OWI (operating while intoxicated with drugs, alcohol or medication) every year. This criminal offense is determined when the driver's blood alcohol content is above the lawful level range of 0.05% and 0.08%. If the level is 0.12%, it moves into an aggravated classification of the offense in specific jurisdictions. No [...]



What to do if you received an OWI under 21

Unfortunately, we see a rise in Wisconsin’s OWI criminal arrests of young drivers during this time of year. Many of these young drivers under the legal drinking age do not realize that (OWI) operating while intoxicated punishments are much more severe when the driver is under the age of 21. One mistake in how the case is[…]



What to know about DUI / OWI charge in WI

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, over 1.4 million drivers have been arrested driving under the influence over the years. An OWI refers to operating while intoxicated or a DUI (driving under the influence), is not limited to alcohol, and includes drugs and prescribed medication.  This offense’s provisions can exist in certain situations, such as blood[…]