On Thursday, August 1, 2013, a hearing will be held before the Assembly Judiciary Committee regarding the tougher Proposed Wisconsin OWI laws.  These Proposed Laws for Tougher Wisconsin OWI Penalties were drafted by Senator Alberta Darling and Rep. Jim Ott.

Tougher Laws for Drunk Driving in Wisconsin

Senator Darling and Rep. Ott will bring three bills to the table regarding tougher penalties for a Wisconsin OWI.  The tougher penalties include making a Third Offense Wisconsin OWI a felony (currently it is a misdemeanor).  Any Wisconsin OWI charge which causes injury to another would have a mandatory sentence of 6 months in jail.  A drunk driving charge causing a fatality would hold a minimum sentence of 10 years.

Hire Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen

Drunk driving laws in Wisconsin are ever-changing.  The best defense for your drunk driving charge is Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen.  He is a Certified Field Sobriety Test Instructor and Drug Recognition Evaluator (DRE).  Contact him at 877-384-6800 for a Free Case Review.