It is well-known that being convicted of drunk driving in Wisconsin or any other state can have long-lasting repercussions. As opposed to minor traffic violations, OWI is considered a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the circumstances. In addition to penalties such as jail time, fines or license suspension, a drunk driving conviction can also negatively affect one's personal and professional life.
Depending on the type of drug charge you face in Wisconsin, you could potentially face serious, life-altering consequences in the event that your charge leads to a conviction. Jail time and substantial fees and fines are just some of what you may face once authorities charge you with drug sales, drug possession or a similar drug crime. Depending on circumstances, you may be able to enroll in drug court as an alternative to spending time in jail or prison.