Drunk driving is classified as an OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) in Wisconsin. However, the state assigns a standard set of OWI penalties depending on numerous factors. Your final penalties are determined based on a combination of factors and the specific circumstances at the time of your arrest. This means that you may face any number of additional OWI penalties for driving under the influence in Wisconsin.
The single most common additional charge that occurs with an OWI is Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (PAC). PAC charges naturally go hand-in-hand with an OWI because the vast majority of OWIs involve alcohol as the intoxicant.
The OWI attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices have been representing drivers throughout Wisconsin since 1983. Our first step is always to ensure your rights are protected and your driving privileges are retained so you can get to school or work while your case proceeds. We examine all of the evidence against you to ensure the charges match the circumstances and you are treated fairly.
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