Multiple OWI/DUI Defense in Wisconsin
Contact an Experienced Milwaukee OWI Attorney Today
A drunk driving charge is a serious offense, especially if a person has
prior convictions on their record. If you are currently facing a repeat
charge for driving under the influence (DUI) or
operating while intoxicated (OWI) in Wisconsin, it is imperative that you retain the services of a skilled
attorney to protect your freedom against potential stiff consequences.
At the Law Offices of Christopher J. Cherella, our Milwaukee OWI lawyer
can tenaciously defend your rights and maximize your chances of securing
a desirable outcome for your situation.
Our firm stands apart for the following reasons:
- More than 20 years of trial-tested experience
- Invaluable insight of a former prosecutor
free initial consultations for all
- Powerful courtroom presence
Penalties for Multiple OWI/DUI Convictions
In the state of Wisconsin, first offense DUI and OWI cases are handled
in civil court. A repeat offense, however, is considered a criminal offense
and will be prosecuted as such.
If convicted, a person accused of a multiple OWI can face:
- For a second offense, up to six months in jail and fines up to $1,100
- For a third offense, up to one year in jail and fines up to $2,000
- For a fourth offense, up to six years in jail and fines up to $10,000
Driver’s license suspension is also a strong possibility, varying
in length depending on the number of priors that a person has on their
record. Penalties are also greater for individuals who have been issued
commercial driver’s licenses and those who have refused to take
Retain Aggressive OWI Representation
If you are currently facing a repeat OWI/DUI charge, your future is in
Milwaukee criminal defense attorneys from the Law Offices of Christopher J. Cherella are fully prepared to
stand by your side and are committed to exploring every opportunity to
seek a reduction of your charges. With personalized representation and
an undying commitment to our clients, our firm is willing to go the distance
to protect your rights.
Tell us about your case – call our office today at (414) 882-8382.