The Strong Defense You Need To Combat Drunk Driving Charges
If an arrest for drunk driving in western Wisconsin has put you at risk for driver’s license suspension or revocation, the experienced, client-committed defense attorneys of Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., can help put you back on the road.
In Wisconsin, drunk-driving was formally known as OWI — operating while intoxicated. These charges are also referred to as DWI — driving while intoxicated and DUI — driving under the influence (of drugs or alcohol).
Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) is not only a bad idea, it is against the law. Even a few drinks during “happy hour” can lead to a drunk driving charge. At Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., we aggressively and ethically defend you against OWI charges.
Our defense attorneys want to keep you out of jail and allow you to maintain your driving privileges. Depending on many factors, including whether anyone was hurt, your level of intoxication and whether you have previous OWI convictions, you could be facing substantial time in jail, a loss of your driving privileges, substantial fines and increased insurance premiums.
You should act now to protect your rights. You have only 10 days to request an administrative review of the suspension of your driving privileges. Contact Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., to arrange a confidential, no-risk initial consultation.
For DUI Arrest And Driver’s License Issues, The Only Firm You Will Ever Need
We handle all aspects of your drunk driving (OWI) charges, including:
- Driver’s license suspension
- Driver’s license revocation
- Occupational driver’s license that allows you to travel to and from work
- Administrative reviews
- CDL (commercial driver’s license) holders charged with drunk driving
The OWI defense attorneys of Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., know how to examine the facts of your case for any impropriety by police, their testing facilities or prosecution. We understand the severity of your charges and the punishments you face. We aggressively fight to protect your rights and interests, challenging probable cause for the arrest, the accuracy of Breathalyzer or Intoximeter results, the validity of prior offenses and other evidentiary challenges.
Too many things can go wrong with a drunk driving arrest, including the impact of hazardous roads, inclement weather and a sober driver’s preexisting medical condition. For additional information about Wisconsin OWI law or to discuss your drunk driving charges in confidence with an experienced Hudson OWI/DUI/DWI defense lawyer, please call 715-338-3312 or use our online contact form.