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What To Do If You Are Pulled Over

OWI Attorney Eau Claire WIThe best way to avoid being charged with Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) is to avoid driving after you have been drinking. In the event that you are pulled over and have consumed alcohol, there are a few thing you need to know in order to minimize your chances of being charged with an OWI.

If you are arrested and detained for OWI, these same precautions go a long way in determining if you are found guilty or not.

When an officer pulls you over, everything you do can and more than likely will be used against you in the court of law if you are arrested for OWI. That’s why it is so important you know what you should and shouldn’t do the moment you see you are being pulled over.

2020-10-22T16:01:28+00:00By |

Probable Cause And Reasonable Suspicion

In Wisconsin and in most other states, in order for law enforcement to pull you over for suspicion of OWI they must have a reasonable suspicion or probable cause to do so. In other words, you must do something that gives the officer reasonable suspicion to believe that you are operating under the influence or do something that violates a traffic law.

Typical driving violations include speeding, failure to obey traffic lights or signs, broken lights, erratic driving, and failure to use directional signals.
2020-10-22T15:55:39+00:00By |

Boating While Intoxicated

As Summer quickly approaches you can expect more and more people to get outside and enjoy the beautiful lakes and rivers that Wisconsin has to offer.

And while most people are just out to have good family fun with the ones they love, there are always a few who will want to add alcohol to the mix.

If you are someone who enjoys having a drink while out on the water, please know that there are serious consequences if you consume too much alcohol while operating a boat on the water.

2020-10-22T16:02:28+00:00By |

OWI Defenses

OWI Defenses Being charged with an OWI in Wisconsin is no laughing matter. Not only can you lose your driving privileges, but it can also be a huge financial burden on your family. If you get a second conviction you will more than likely find yourself spending some time in jail and having a mandatory ignition interlock device installed on any vehicle that is registered in your name. Not only is this inconvenient, but it can negatively affect the lives of all of your family members. Understanding How You Will Be Charged In the state of Wisconsin an OWI

2020-10-22T15:10:55+00:00By |

Marijuana OWI

Marijuana OWI While more and more states are legalizing marijuana, under Wisconsin law it is still illegal. As a matter of fact, drug laws in Wisconsin strictly prohibit the use of, and the possession of, marijuana. Therefore, if you should decide to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance such as marijuana you run the risk of being charged with a violation of Operating Under a Restricted Controlled Substance. How Does An Officer Determine If Someone Is Driving Under The Influence of Marijuana? Before an officer can arrest you and charge you with Operating

2020-10-22T15:11:56+00:00By |
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