Wisconsin Drunk Driving Attorneys
OWI / DUI Defense in Milwaukee, Waukesha, and all of Wisconsin
Anyone who drinks alcohol and drives a motor vehicle risks being arrested and charged with drunk driving. Law enforcement officers everywhere have stepped up their efforts to keep intoxicated drivers off the road. One common misunderstanding is that a person needs to be “drunk” in order to be arrested for this offense. The reality is that many people are arrested for drunk driving after having only a few drinks. Unfortunately, a brief lapse in judgment can result in long-term negative consequences such as jail, a criminal conviction, and the loss of your driving privileges for an extended period of time.
In addition, more and more people are being arrested for “impaired driving” or driving while under the influence of prescription medication. These situations pose unique challenges because people may be arrested even though they are following their doctor’s orders.
If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving or impaired driving, you need an experienced criminal defense firm to properly defend your case and provide you with sound legal advice.
Our criminal defense lawyers have extensive experience raising issues particular to drunk driving cases such as
- Traffic stops: Did the police officer have the right to stop your vehicle?
- Field sobriety tests: Did the police officer properly administer the standardized field sobriety tests and were they accurate?
- Lawful arrest: Was there probable cause to arrest you?
- Test Refusals: Were you justified in refusing to submit to an evidentiary sample of your breath, blood, or urine?
The attorneys of Kim & LaVoy, S.C. have successfully litigated legal challenges and trials in DUI cases resulting in dismissals and acquittals. Avoid jail and preserve your driving privileges, as well as your good record. Drunk driving cases have strict deadlines in which to file legal challenges so contact us today for a free case evaluation. We can help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case.