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  • Wisconsin Driving Points System
    Wisconsin Driving Points System

    Fewer Points, More Freedom In many situations, more points are a good thing. When it comes to driving points, however, more points could cost you your driving privileges. Without driving privileges, ...

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  • Say “Yes” to Drug Testing
    Say “Yes” to Drug Testing

    Implied Consent Laws in Wisconsin Under arrest? You have the right to remain silent, but you don’t have the right to refuse a drug test. If an officer suspects you were operating a vehicle while under ...

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  • Wisconsin’s Open Container Law Explained
    Wisconsin’s Open Container Law Explained

    Open container laws are designed to encourage safe driving. The idea is that if there’s an open container of alcohol in the vehicle (meaning a container with a broken seal), there’s reasonable ...

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  • Why You Should Call an Attorney After an OWI
    Why You Should Call an Attorney After an OWI

    When most people get an OWI, they’re hesitant to do anything about it. They receive their ticket in the mail, fill out the form, and send it back without a second thought. However, there are many ...

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  • What Can Cause a False Positive on a Breathalyzer Test
    What Can Cause a False Positive on a Breathalyzer Test

    Police officers often use a breath test—commonly known as a breathalyzer—to determine a suspected drunk driver’s blood alcohol content (BAC), which is the amount of alcohol present in the bloodstream. ...

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  • What Can Affect Intoxication?
    What Can Affect Intoxication?

    It’s the last call and you’re about to call it a night. While you may feel fine enough to drive home, the last thing you want to get arrested for drunk driving. The following are the most common ...

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