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Wisconsin OWI law stands, rules US Supreme Court

Wisconsin drivers may want to update themselves on a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that stemmed from an OWI case that occurred in this state. The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects people against unlawful searches or seizures. A challenge was issued in court a while back, asserting that a man's personal rights had been violated.

Did Wisconsin police officers arrest you for drug crimes?

If a Wisconsin police officer arrests you, he or she must have first established probable cause for doing so. Perhaps you got pulled over in a traffic stop and an officer searched your vehicle. If that situation occurred without your consent and without the officer obtaining a valid warrant, and you are now facing charges for drug crimes, you may have grounds to challenge the legitimacy of the case based on a personal rights violation.

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