If you are charged with drunk driving in Wisconsin, you may be upset and angry. You may not be thinking clearly about Wisconsin OWI DUI law.
This is why you should call Mishlove and Stuckert Attorneys at Law.
In our report, How to Win a Drunk Driving Case, we identified seven key factors that can help you win your case. The seven key factors are:
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Although DUI and OWI laws have been put in place to help maintain the safety of all motorists, the truth is that the methods of identifying those who are violating those laws are far from perfect. In fact, without legal representation, it can be all too easy to suffer consequences that you simply do not deserve.
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How Do the Seven Key Factors Influence Your Case?
Every factor, from your life and account of the events leading to the Wisconsin drunk driving charges, to the police’s handling of your case, has an impact on the final outcome.
- This case is about you, a person, with a family, a career, and people who love you. It's critical to present you as a person, not just "a defendant."
- What is the thing that is just wrong or unfair about what happened?
- How did this happen? What were the events that led to this?
- Did the police respect your rights and follow the rules? For example, was there a reasonable suspicion to stop you? Was there probable cause to arrest you?
- Were your behavior and appearance normal given the circumstances?
- Was the chemical test properly done?
- What legal issues exist? Was the evidence properly preserved? If you have a prior record, does it really count?