Falls Fest is held every year at the Village Park.  2013 Falls Fest runs from July 25th through July 28th.  There are three stages for live music, a magician at the Family Entertainment tent, followed by Karaoke, carnival games, food and drinks!  Falls Fest is fun for the whole family, but don’t get caught drinking and driving with your children in the car.

Waukesha County OWI with Minor Children

The penalties for a first offense Waukesha County OWI will result in a fine, driver’s license suspension, and in some cases an Ignition Interlock Device.  A first offense Waukesha County OWI with minor children will have harsher penalties, including jail time.  A drunk driving offense with minor children in Wisconsin is a misdemeanor.

Drink Responsibly or Get an OWI at Falls Fest

All festivals have increased law enforcement officers, and Falls Fest 2013 is no different.  These law enforcement officers are on the lookout for intoxicated drivers, especially those accompanied by minor children.  If you bring children to Falls Fest, limit your alcohol consumption or bring a friend to drive.  If you enjoy the festival without children, be sure to limit alcohol intake, bring a friend to drive, or offer yourself as the designated sober driver to avoid a Waukesha County OWI.

Hire 2013 Leading Lawyer Nathan J. Dineen for OWI Defense

If you have received a Waukesha County OWI after leaving Falls Fest 2013 or any other reason, contact Wisconsin OWI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen.  He has been named a Leading Lawyer for 2013 by M Magazine.  Attorney Dineen is a Certified Field Sobriety Test Instructor and Drug Recognition Evaluator (DRE).  He has the knowledge and skill to aggressively fight your Waukesha County OWI.  Call 877-384-6800 for a Free Case Review.