Updated on March 24th, 2021 at 07:01 pm

Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan Dineen keeps a watchful eye for the ever-changing aspects of Wisconsin’s drunk driving laws.  In early April 2013, Attorney Nathan Dineen wrote a blog titled, Changes Could Be Coming to Wisconsin OWI Laws, for the Wisconsin Law Journal, which can be found at wislawjournal.com.  The blog discusses Senator Alberta Darling and Representative Jim Ott’s proposal for harsher penalties for Wisconsin DUI Offenders.  In the midst of discussing these harsher penalties for drunk drivers in Wisconsin, the Supreme Court made a ruling for changes across the United States.

On April 17, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police officers must get a warrant in order to obtain blood samples from drunk drivers who refuse chemical testing.  The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked WI DUI Defense Attorney Nathan Dineen for his opinion of the ruling.  The article, Supreme Court: Warrants needed for most drunken driving blood draws was posted at JSonline.com.  Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Dineen advises the Supreme Court ruling is a safe-guard protecting a person’s Constitutional rights.

If you have been charged with a Wisconsin DUI, contact Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen for top-rated knowledge and experience to aggressively fight your Wisconsin DUI.  Attorney Dineen practices 100% DUI Defense in Wisconsin.  Call 877-384-6800 for a Free Case Review anytime of the day or night.