Wisconsin Criminal Attorney explains potential OWI charges
Operating a vehicle while intoxicated is a serious charge. Most people know they should be careful and not get behind the wheel of a car when they have been drinking or using drugs. If you are facing OWI charges when you weren’t actively driving your car, read on to learn what you should do.
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If you get into the driver’s seat of a car or other vehicle when intoxicated, and the keys are[...]
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By now, most people have heard about the dangers of distracted driving. Unfortunately, too many people think of it as something for others to worry about. Distracted driving is a major problem, in Wisconsin and throughout the United States. When drivers lose focus on what they are doing, they cause accidents. If you have been injured by someone driving on the job while distracted, you may be entitled to compensation.
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