You want to go out for a night on the town, but you know you can't drive home. It's too far to bike, but you do have a horse. Can you ride your horse into town and back home without the risk of a DUI?
Getting drugs when you wanted them was never a problem. Last time, you got caught, though, and now you face penalties for drug possession. As someone living in Wisconsin, it's good for you to understand why you aren't alone in this situation.
Drunk driving is a serious crime, and it can have a serious impact on your life, even if it is your first offense. Some Wisconsin drivers make the mistake of underestimating the serious nature of their offense, and as a result, they do not see the importance of presenting a strong defense when facing an OWI.
Can you imagine what would happen if you discovered that your case was mishandled and that the experts testifying overstated the importance of evidence collected? It could be devastating and result in a conviction you don't deserve. That may have happened several times in the past. Consider this story of a man who is accused of a string of attacks that took place in Sault County in 1991.
Wisconsin's senate has passed tougher penalties for crimes committed in the state. Now, minors convicted of crimes could end up in the troubled youth prison for longer, and those convicted of multiple crimes or who get in trouble while on parole could face harsher penalties.
There are many reasons why you shouldn't head out on your bicycle or skateboard while your intoxicated, but you'll be glad to know that an OUI isn't one of them. While riding a bike or skateboard is still technically riding a vehicle, it's legal in Wisconsin to ride a bike or skateboard while intoxicated.