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  • Can I Legally Refuse a Field Sobriety Test?
    Can I Legally Refuse a Field Sobriety Test?

    Being pulled over because a police officer suspects that you are driving drunk or driving while using drugs can be scary. If you had a couple of drinks over dinner with friends but you are unsure ...

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  • Memorial Day 2021: Tips, Risks & Facts
    Memorial Day 2021: Tips, Risks & Facts

    What to Know for Memorial Day Weekend 2021 Memorial Day marks the kickoff to summer as well as one of the busiest travel times of the year, Now that more Americans are vaccinated and COVID-19 cases ...

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  • Alternatives to Driving on St. Patrick’s Day
    Alternatives to Driving on St. Patrick’s Day

    Ways to Avoid Driving in Milwaukee on St. Paddy’s Day St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and residents throughout Milwaukee are getting ready for the lucky day. If you plan on celebrating the ...

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  • OWI Impacts on Insurance Rates
    OWI Impacts on Insurance Rates

    OWI Convictions May Increase Your Car Insurance Rates. Why? Got an OWI ? Not only could you lose your driver’s license, go to jail, and pay fines, but your car insurance rates may increase. Insurance ...

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  • OWI Dangers on ‘Blackout Wednesday’
    OWI Dangers on ‘Blackout Wednesday’

    The Nightmare Before Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends to spend quality time together and express gratitude. However, many young people have their own way of ...

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  • 6 Common Holiday Crimes to Know this Season
    6 Common Holiday Crimes to Know this Season

    ‘Tis the Season for Criminal Threats The COVID-19 pandemic has driven people to prepare for the holidays a little bit earlier, making it a good time to discuss the not-so-cheerful side of the season: ...

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