Drunk Driving Defense
Wisconsin Drunk Driving Defense
As perhaps the most sought after Appleton DUI and criminal defense attorney by other lawyers for consultations on drunk driving laws and defenses, Attorney Mike Rudolph has brought his more than 30 years of experience defending people against OWI (often referred to as DUI or DWI charges) to their benefit, achieving the best possible outcomes given their circumstances and situations. Attorney Rudolph's outcomes have astonished the legal community time and time again.
While many lawyers talk about having your back, you'll not question that Attorney Mike Rudolph does and fights for you and your rights every step of the way.
You Only Get One Chance
Sometimes, people think they will get a 'do-over' when it comes to a drunk driving charge, but that is not the case. Wisconsin doesn't expunge drunk driving convictions. By hiring Attorney Mike Rudolph to defend you against the charges you are facing, you can rest reassured that you have done all you can to ensure the best possible outcome.
Wisconsin Drunk Driving Laws on OWI, DUI, DWI
Wisconsin laws are tough. They include fines, jail time, loss of driving privileges and, sometimes, devices put on vehicles interferring with and embarassing a person. Accidents can increase the punishments, and deaths caused by accidents when a person is drunk have very severe sentences.
Contact Rudolph Law Today! 920-730-8533
Contact Attorney Rudolph directly at 920-730-8533 for a free initial consultation regarding the charges you are facing, Wisconsin laws and how those laws might affect you.
Attorney Mike Rudolph’s 31 years of experience, presence in the courtroom and proven track record are exactly what his clients look for when selecting an attorney for Criminal & Drunk Driving Defense.
1st, 2nd, 3rd
If you have been arrested for a OWI/DUI you can dramatically improve your chances of having a much better outcome by taking the proper immediate action to defend yourself against the OWI/DUI charge.
Vehicular Homicide or Serious Injury by Vehicle by way of Operating While Intoxicated (drunk driving) or Firearm
Field sobriety tests consist of the horizontal gaze nystagmus, the walk and turn test, and the one legged stand. Find out why there are flaws with these tests.
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DO NOT REFUSE TO TAKE BREATH, BLOOD OR URINE TESTS AT A DRUNK DRIVING STOP. Find out why?
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The issues for a hearing are limited. Find out what they are and how it could affect a person's OWI Offense.
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Take a look at the penalties associated with OWI/DUI Offenses and Test Refusal
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