Helping You Get Back On The Road After An OWI
An OWI can lead to penalties that have a long-term impact on your life. One of the most significant consequences of a drunk driving charge in Wisconsin is the loss of your driver’s license. The loss of your ability to drive could make it difficult to get to work, school and other places you need to go to on a daily basis. At Krische & Moertel LLC, we are experienced OWI defense attorneys, and we can help you work toward your driver’s license reinstatement.
Call Krische & Moertel LLC at 715-318-2737 for a free consultation.
Even a first offense for OWI can lead to a license suspension that lasts six to nine months. During the suspension, our attorneys can help you seek an occupational license that will allow you to drive to work. By reaching out to Krische & Moertel LLC in Eau Claire as soon as possible after an OWI, you will learn how we can protect your right to drive and help you confront the criminal charges against you.
Requirements For Getting Your License Back
You will have to meet certain requirements to reinstate your license after an OWI in Wisconsin. To get your license back after a suspension for drunk driving, you will have to present proof of the following:
- Completion of the terms of the suspension
- Appropriate insurance
- Payment of reinstatement fees
- Installation of an ignition interlock device, if required
In Wisconsin, some OWI offenders will have to install an ignition interlock device as part of the terms of their license suspension. You may have to do this if your license suspension was the result of refusal to submit to a chemical test, you are a repeat OWI offender or you are a first-time offender who had an extremely high blood alcohol content at the time of your arrest.
Discover Your Legal Options Today
If you are facing the possibility of losing your license due to intoxicated driving or you want to know how you can get your license back after a revocation or suspension, speak with a lawyer about your options by calling our Eau Claire office. We offer free case evaluations to new clients, and you can schedule yours by contacting our firm by email or calling us at 715-318-2737.