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Criminal Defense of (OWI) drunk driving charges are a technical and precise area of Traffic Defense Law. Drunk Driving Attorneys must possess masterful knowledge of all legal procedures, evidence collections and the devices/tests used to collect the evidence. The Schenk Law Firm understands the "Blood Alcohol Curve" which is simply stated the time that it takes for Alcohol consumed to reach the blood stream and effect a human’s fine motor skills. There are many factors to determine whether you were actually intoxicated at the time of arrest and the time of driving, such as how much food was consumed the day of offense and much more. OWI and Drunk Driving Defense is the most common type of cases the attorneys at the Schenk Law Firm encounter. Wisconsin is notorious for Drunk Driving Related Prison Sentences, call (920) 499 - 2006 or use our Contact Form immediately to avoid becoming a statistic.
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By immediately hiring the right OWI/OUI/DUI attorney, you put time on your side. While you are searching for an attorney, the prosecution is building a defensive case against you. The prosecutor begins their case with a police report that may automatically place you in a negative light. The report may contain biased information against you. The Schenk Law Firm’s drunk driving defense attorneys will make the effort to obtain information for your case and deliver it to the prosecutor before trial begins.
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Whether or not a person is intoxicated is a major factor in determining which charge will be levied against them by the prosecuting attorney and an even greater factor in determining whether or not they can be convicted of the offense. To analyze if a person is "over the limit" and therefore intoxicated, police will often request that the person submit to a sobriety test under Wisconsin's implied content laws. The test may consist of standardized field sobriety tests and/or chemical tests. One of the tests used by police requires a blood test and measure the percentage of alcohol in the person's bloodstream.