The American Chemical Society – Chemistry and Law division welcome Attorney Nathan J. Dineen as the first Lawyer-Scientist in Eastern Wisconsin. Forensic testing is done in many drunk driving, drugged driving, and criminal cases. Hiring WI DUI Defense Lawyer-Scientist Nathan J. Dineen gives you the upper-hand when fighting your charge. Lawyer-Scientist Nathan J. Dineen not only understands the science involved in chemical testing, but is able to uncover invalid or non-validated science. This great advantage in defending your DUI, OWI, drug or criminal charge puts Lawyer-Scientist Nathan J. Dineen at the top of the list for your defense attorney.
Contact Wisconsin DUI Defense ACS-CHAL Lawyer-Scientist Nathan J. Dineen at 877-384-6800 to schedule a Free Case Review at any of his conveniently located offices in Milwaukee, Germantown, West Bend, Appleton, Sturgeon Bay or Sister Bay.
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If you have a received a first offense Wisconsin OWI, things may seem to go into warp speed. What do these papers mean? Will I lose my license? Will this affect my major or career? Is jail mandatory? How much will this cost? Should I get an attorney? These questions are a good start to moving in the right direction after this unfortunate mistake.
What Happens in Ten Days?
This paperwork requires a response within a ten day time period for a WI OWI first offense. This is a request for an Administrative Suspension Review Hearing. Requesting this hearing could potentially keep your license from being administratively suspended for the next six months. If you do not request this hearing your Wisconsin Driver’s License will automatically be suspended by the Department of Transportation within thirty days.
Revocation of Wisconsin Driver’s License for OWI First Offense
A first time WI OWI offender will face 6-9 months of revocation. If you WI driver’s license was suspended for six months, you may face an additional three months without driving privileges after the final hearing. During your suspension or revocation apply for an Occupational License. This license allows a person with a First Offense WI DUI to drive to and from work or school and maintain daily household necessities (i.e. grocery shopping, children’s activities, exercise, etc.). A First Time Drunk Driving Offender with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) over .15 must have an Ignition Interlock Device Installed for the duration of holding an occupational license.
Will a Wisconsin DUI First Offense Affect my Job?
While not all careers are affected by a First Offense OWI in Wisconsin, some careers can be affected. Some college majors will not accept applicants with Wisconsin OWI conviction, even if it is a first offense. Maintaining your current job may become difficult and stressful based on the driving restrictions one with a Wisconsin Occupational License. Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) holders are not able to drive the commercial vehicle with an Occupational License.
What Will it Cost Me to Hire an Attorney?
There are many factors when it comes to the legal cost of your first offense WI OWI, but the phrase “You get what you pay for” definitely plays a role in the outcome of your WI DUI Charge. Get your monies worth and hire Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen to represent you. He will aggressively defend your rights. Set a Free Consultation in any of his offices located in Milwaukee, Germantown, West Bend, Appleton, Sturgeon Bay, and Sister Bay by calling 877-384-6800.
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The effects of driving drunk extend further than Court and your personal life. The consequences of your decision to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol hurt family, friends, pets, the families and friends of others who may have been involved, etc. Recently, Budweiser released a commercial against drunk driving by pulling on the heartstrings of many people.
The commercial shows the relationship of a man and his dog, from puppy to adult. The man goes out drinking with friends. The commercial shows man’s best friend waiting for his owner all night. The commercial points out that for many (people and animals), the waiting never ended. Budweiser lightens the mood with a happy ending of the man arriving home in the morning, telling his furry friend he decided he shouldn’t drive.
Alternatives to Driving Drunk
The safest alternative of driving drunk is sobriety. While appointing a designated driver sounds like a good idea, statistics show designated drivers are not abstinent of alcohol (usually drinking at the beginning of the night and then “slowing down” or “sobering up” with water). Because buzzed driving is still drunk driving. Taking a cab or bus are safe alternatives. Even walking is safer than getting behind the wheel.
If you made the mistake of getting behind the wheel after drinking and ended up with a Wisconsin DUI charge, make sure your next choice is a smart one. Hire WI DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen to guide you through this unfortunate situation. Attorney Dineen practices 100% DUI Defense in Wisconsin and aggressively fights to gain the best possible outcome for each client. Every person’s drunk driving charge is different and deserves a thorough case review. Contact Attorney Nathan J. Dineen for your Free Case Review and Initial Consultation at 877-384-6800.
Faced With Driving Drunk
We all know that scene, you go out to a bar, say you’ll only have a few, and you think you will be fine to drive home. As the night goes on, you keep drinking to the point where it is no longer safe for you to drive. When you finally do decide to go home you know you shouldn’t drive but you also don’t want to get in a taxi cab to go home either. What do you do? At this point, you think to your intoxicated self, driving home drunk looks a lot more appealing than taking a cab. This decision will ultimately lead to a Wisconsin OWI.
The Solution to Drunk Driving
Taxi cabs are typically old and run down and not worth the amount of money you have to spend on them; and half the time they aren’t even a big item in the city you are in. That, however, is no reason to drive home drunk. A new company called Uber is not only popping up all over America but all over the world as well. Uber is a company that will send a safe, reliable, and affordable ride to wherever you are. Using the Uber App you will be able to see where the closest Uber driver is located, pick your ride and within minutes you will be safely sitting in an Uber vehicle and on your way home. It is the perfect alternative to taking a cab and more importantly, driving drunk.
The New Fad that Actually Works
Originally, Uber was not meant to curb the levels of drunk driving tickets but has fortunately done so. Significant results have come out of Philadelphia where the average amount of drunk driving tickets has decreased by 11% since the introduction of Uber in the city. It is a great way to connect people to a safe ride home so as to avoid receiving a Wisconsin DUI.
You aren’t expected to know every new fad that is out there, including Uber, which may leave you in an unfortunate situation with a Wisconsin DUI charge. If you happened to not use the great services of Uber and have received a Wisconsin DUI, you need Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen to help you through the legal process. Contact Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen at 877-384-6800 for a Free Consultation at any of his offices, conveniently located in Milwaukee, Germantown, West Bend, Appleton and Sister Bay.
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40
The legal field is saturated with many skilled attorneys, making it difficult for ones exemplary work in the court room to be noticed. However, The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 works hard at selecting the best of the best of young attorneys to be recognized and selected as a member of their prestigious organization. One is allowed into the association through invitation only. To be invited, the young attorney must have superb trial results, exemplary qualifications and must be a leader in and out of the court room.
Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen
Attorney Nathan J. Dineen, at his young age, has recently been invited to join The National Trial Laywers: Top 40 Under 40. He is a one of a kind attorney who is at the top of his field. Less than 1% of attorneys across the nation have the qualifications he has, such as being named as a Forensic Drug and Alcohol Lawyer by the American Chemical Society. He is also a certified Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) Instructor and Drug Recognition Evaluator (DRE). Along with that, Attorney Nathan J. Dineen has even instructed SFST and DRE courses to other attorneys all across the state of Wisconsin. These qualifications make Attorney Nathan J. Dineen the perfect attorney not only for acceptance into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 but also to represent you.
Hire Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen to Represent You
Successfully dealing with a Wisconsin OWI citation is a difficult process, therefore you need a Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney by your side. Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen has the experience and knowledge to help you through the legal process of fighting a Wisconsin OWI. Contact Attorney Nathan J. Dineen at 877-384-6800 for a Free Consultation at any of his offices, conveniently located in Milwaukee, Germantown, West Bend, Appleton and Sister Bay.
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