Wisconsin drunk driving charge vacated

Anyone who has watched dramatizations based on law enforcement officers has likely seen a show in which an officer’s actions are based upon a “hunch.” While such action may ultimately be successful on television, it may not be in real life in Wisconsin, depending on the circumstances. In fact, a court has recently overturned a drunk […]

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Man in Wisconsin faces 8th drunk driving charge

It is easy to make assumptions. However, assumptions are often not fully supported by the evidence. In a criminal case, if there is not sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, the person must be found not guilty. Other than previous drunk driving accusations against a Wisconsin man, it is unclear what evidence supports […]

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Multi-vehicle crash in Wisconsin leads to drunk driving claim

When people are involved in a car accident, the adrenaline of the moment could cause them to react in ways that are out of character. However, it may be easy for this somewhat reflexive reaction to be misinterpreted by law enforcement officials. In fact, police in Wisconsin believe that drunk driving was a factor in a […]

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Wisconsin man accused of drunk driving

Anyone who has driven with children in the vehicle likely knows that they can be distracting. Often, something as innocuous as handing a child a snack or drink could cause a driver to momentarily swerve or even lost control of the vehicle. Unfortunately, such an action could be viewed as drunk driving by those who […]

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Dad arrested for drunk driving leaving Wisconsin State Fair

Anyone who has attended a fair in Wisconsin has likely experienced the traffic headaches that are associated with them. Often, the heavier, slow-moving traffic that often accompanies such events can make it possible for people to be involved in a traffic accident. Unfortunately, one man is now charged with drunk driving after a recent accident. The […]

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Wisconsin Supreme Court: Implied consent applies to blood tests

“Implied consent” is the legal theory that drivers, by accepting a state driver’s license, agree to provide a breath sample upon request when a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe the driver is drunk. For a time, many states believed that drivers inherently agree to provide a blood sample to an officer with […]

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Your license will be permanently revoked after 4 OWI convictions

Everyone enjoys a cold beer or stiff cocktail now and then. It’s a great way to blow off steam after a long work week, reconnect with old friends and keep the cheers going at a Badger’s game. While there’s nothing wrong with having a drink, deciding to drive afterword will almost certainly land you in […]

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