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My license was suspended but I have not paid the fine or reinstated it can I drive a bike with a aftermarket motor on it in Wi?
It was for an owi and I need the breath test on a car would I need that on a bike? Since it is not a moped do all the laws apply.
If it qualifies as a motor vehicle in WI, you need a license in order to operate it legally. While there may be an...
What is my best way to plea and proceed with a first offense owi?
Consult with a good lawyer and take his/her advice.
Can I recant my admission of operating a vehicle while intoxicated since I really wasn't behind the wheel?
I was with two friends, "A" and "B". We all rode together in B's car to a few bars in town. By the end of the night B had too much to drink, fell forward and gashed his head on the ground. Myself and A decided to drive him back home, and A drove. Once there I decided to call 911 to have a medical professional take a look at B's head. My friend A was worried about a possible OWI so I told him to say I drove because I felt fine, and I knew they were drinking long before I showed up that night. I blew a .09, was taken in to have my blood drawn for my BAC, and am now being charged with a 2nd OWI. My first was 2007 roughly. Both friends A and B were witness to me not driving the vehicle, so I may potentially have two witnesses to back me up if I were to recant my statement to law enforcement.
You can try, but will need to pick your poison: misdemeanor obstructing charges vs. the OWI 2nd, since lying to a law...
Is there any chance of winning this case even though i was not driving?
I got a OWI inside a park car. I was very polite to the officer and he told me to step out of my car. i ask him what did i do wrong? No respond from him. Cuff me and took me to the station.
More information is needed to answer this question. Were you in the driver's seat or the passenger seat? Were you...
2nd and 8th amendment as applies to DUI (out of state offense).
I am confused on how everything that I am going through is legal. First off, I messed up and received a 1st offense DUI in Wisconsin. I was home on leave at the time. As a result of this DUI, I have fines, fees, and requirements in WI, as well as fines, fees, and requirements in my home state. Furthermore, since I am in the military, I will now be getting kicked out and losing my occupation of 14 years. When I was arrested, I had a valid WI license. The arresting officer informed me that since I am not a resident of the state any longer, I need to get a new license immediately upon returning home. So I did that. I was handling the fees, etc and now I found out that my home state driver's license is revoked because I had a new state Driver's license at the time of the conviction (not arrest). So, for a first time DUI (that most people learn from and serve a 6 month suspension), I now have my license permanently revoked (due to me being unable to meet both states requirements, and both states have placed holds, so I cannot clear one without the other), and I will be losing my livelihood, cars, houses, and my family and I will most likely be a homeless veterans family.
Unfortunately, I don't see how the Second or Eighth Amendments apply to your facts. You compounded the problems caused...
Should I remove it or what should i do? all documentation that I am aware of states that I have an IID order but the DMV doesnt
Back in 2014 I got a dui. I tried fighting the DUI for almost a year and just eventually gave in and said it wasn't worth it. Facts: I denied the blood test, was issued an IID order. IID was installed march 3rd 2015, occupational was given around april 14th. The problem: I had e-mailed and called the dmv multiple times now, in all conversations with the DMV I was told "Good morning, Thank you for using the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's website. Upon review of your record, it was found that Franklin City Municipal Court did not order you to have an Ignition Interlock Device (IID). When you were originally convicted of the Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), you were required to have the IID. However, the case was appealed and the final conviction did not require you to have the IID. You may have the device removed at any time. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns." My lawyer told me if the dmv states you dont need it, remove it. I just dont want this to all start all over again. I want this over with!
Driving without an IID while under a court ordered IID restriction is a violation of the law, your lawyer's advice...
What can I expect from the courts?
Just received a third DUI. my second one was over 14 years ago.
45 days - 1 year jail, $600 - $2,000 in fines, 2-3 year driver license revocation, 1-3 year ignition interlock device.
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