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Andrew Mishlove provides some clarification of the question, "Is your license suspended after a DUI?" Once you receive a notice of intent to suspend, it is imperative that you respond within 10 days or your driver's license will be suspended. We can ensure that all processes in your case are addressed in a proper, timely manner.
Hi, I'm Andrew Mishlove of Mishlove & Stuckert. Let's talk about the time limits that you might have in a drunk driving case in Wisconsin. If you took a chemical test and the result was over the legal limit, you might get a document called a Notice of Intent to Suspend. And buried in the fine print of that document is a 10-day time limit to respond or you will lose your driver's license. So it's not your court date that's important, it's that 10-day time limit.
So be careful about the time limits and call a qualified law firm. At Mishlove & Stuckert, we're here to help.
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