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What happens if you get a DUI?

Getting charged with a DUI is a negative that impacts every aspect of your life. Even without a conviction, it's possible to have the arrest impact your ability to work or do what you have to in your daily life.

Eau Claire man gives deputy paraphernalia, drugs in OWI stop

Living in Eau Claire, you know that there are plenty of people who like to drink. In fact, it is common for people to have an alcoholic beverage every once in a while. Some people take it too far, though, and they end up causing accidents or being arrested by the police.

Refusing a breath test has immediate consequences

If you refused a breath test, then you may realize that you could face a mandatory penalty of a year's license revocation. All drivers in Wisconsin must submit to chemical testing upon request so long as they are stopped for a legitimate reason and are believed to be intoxicated.

Yes, your DUI could change your life immediately

An OWI or DUI can quickly change your life for the worst, which is why you need to defend yourself early on if you're accused of a crime. It's not enough to know that you're innocent or believe that there has been a mistake. You need to work with someone who can protect you and your interests.

Boating under the influence is a bad idea in Wisconsin

There is nothing the police and authorities want to see more than people having fun on Wisconsin's waterways. The reality is that most people go out and have a good time without any danger. However, others go out on the water and do things that put themselves and others at risk. It's these people who face OWIs and DUIs.

Can you tell if someone is intoxicated by appearance?

If you're accused of a DUI, you probably have some idea about whether or not you were truly pushing the limit with your alcohol intake. For some people accused of drinking and driving or using drugs and driving, the reality is that they didn't. They may fail significant tests but still have no alcohol in their systems.

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