Drinking and driving is never a good idea. If you are under 21, drinking and driving can have dire consequences on your future, resulting in the loss of your license as well as other penalties.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, alcohol-related car accidents are at their peak in April, May and June, when it is the season for prom and graduation parties. Wisconsin’s Zero Tolerance Laws make it illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to have any blood alcohol content. This puts you at risk for arrest for DUI or OWI, including suspension of your driver’s license and other penalties.
A DUI or OWI charge remain on your record forever. To avoid being charged, it is important to seek the services of an experienced DUI attorney. At Eisenberg law Offices, S.C. Madison, WI, we handle every case with the care and attention it deserves. If you are an underage person or a concerned parent of a minor who has been arrested for Underage Drinking and Driving, please call us today for a free initial consultation.
Wisconsin’s Zero Tolerance Law prohibits a driver under 21 from operating a motor vehicle with any trace of alcohol in his or her system.
The legal drinking age in Wisconsin is 21. Anyone under the age of 21 years is prohibited from buying, accepting, possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages. Any violation of this may result in jail time, loss of driving license, high insurance costs and other long term negative effects.
In the state of Wisconsin, it is a criminal offense to drive under the influence with a person under 16 in your vehicle.
A minor OWI or DUI is as serious as an adult OWI or DUI offense. If you have been charged with OWI or DUI, you need a skilled OWI or DUI attorney who can protect your rights and your license. If you or someone you know has been arrested for an underage drinking and driving case or any other type of OWI or DUI charge and need assistance, contact us today for a free initial consultation. At Eisenberg Law Offices, our DUI Attorneys can represent you aggressively and get you the settlement you deserve.
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