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Technology seeks to lower drunk driving accidents

Despite decades of efforts, drunk driving (or OWI in Wisconsin) remains a problem on U.S. roadways. Data from recent months reveal that avoidable accidents, including those involving alcohol or drugs, continue at a disappointing pace. Many new efforts rely on...

What to do if you get an OWI in Wisconsin

Many people have been there, seeing the flashing blue and red lights in their rearview mirror, wishing they had not downed that last drink. Though you felt sober when you left the bar, law enforcement can file operating while intoxicated charges against you if your...

What are the signs of alcohol abuse?

Alcohol abuse may disrupt your college student's ability to focus in school. Without intervention, your child could end up facing criminal charges, especially with allegations of OWI. When you know and recognize the signs of alcohol abuse, your concern may help to...

What factors affect blood alcohol concentration?

Your blood alcohol concentration is an objective measure of how much alcohol is in your system. In Wisconsin, it is illegal for you to drive with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or greater. Circumstances can affect how your body processes the alcohol you...

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