Milwaukee Prohibited Alcohol Concentration Attorney
Wisconsin PAC Charges and OWIs
Prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC) charges are separate from DUI/OWIs. OWIs only require evidence that alcohol or drugs affected your ability to drive. For a PAC ticket, your blood alcohol content (BAC) must have been over the legal limit while you were driving.
If you’ve been charged with a DUI/OWI in Milwaukee, chances are you’re also facing prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC) charges. The PAC charge accuses the driver of operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol concentration of over 0.08%. If you’ve had four or more DUIs, the BAC goes down to 0.02%.
Call our Milwaukee DUI lawyer as soon as possible after your OWI arrest. Our defense attorneys will challenge whether the officer and lab followed proper testing procedures, whether the equipment used was properly calibrated, and whether the BAC shown in the test results is the same as the BAC at the time of driving.