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Walworth County OWI penalties, as outlined in Wisconsin state statute, could result in a fine of $300, a $435 surcharge, license revocation and even stiffer penalties if a minor under 16 was in the vehicle.

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Get Walworth County OWI Charges Reduced or Dropped

Grieve Law’s acclaimed attorneys hold an intricate knowledge of Wisconsin OWI charges and proven tactics to combat them. We will scrutinize every facet of your case, protect your best interests at every turn and pinpoint any weaknesses in the prosecution’s argument while crafting the most robust defense possible.

Even a first-time OWI charge in Walworth County can lead to severe consequences including harsh fines, loss of your driver’s license, jail time and potential job loss. Navigating the complicated Wisconsin legal system without the guidance of seasoned legal experts can leave you exposed. Rely on Grieve Law to passionately advocate for your rights.

Don’t allow OWI charges in Walworth County to jeopardize your future without putting up a fight. Reach out to Grieve Law today for a free case consultation, and take the first step toward building your case and progressing in your life.

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Grieve Law attorneys fight for your rights when you're facing criminal charges in Walworth County.

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Where to go for court: 1800 County Rd NN, Elkhorn, WI 53121

Walworth Police Dept.: 227 N Main St, Walworth, WI 53184

When confronting impaired driving allegations, it is vital to seek the assistance of a specialized Wisconsin criminal defense team with a deep understanding of defense options and a track record for achieving reductions or complete dismissals of the charges. The expert lawyers at Grieve Law bring decades of collective experience, having worked on both sides of Wisconsin’s criminal proceedings. Our wealth of experience equips us with the necessary expertise to build the most strategic and effective defense tailored to your unique case.

Our documented history of successful outcomes in OWI cases is a testament to our unwavering commitment to securing the best possible results for each client. We harness our extensive knowledge to construct a defense strategy to target weaknesses in the prosecution’s case while emphasizing the facts in your favor. Throughout every stage of the legal process, from the initial citation to the ultimate resolution, we stand by your side, addressing all your questions, maintaining proactive communication, handling all interactions with prosecutors and building a rock-solid defense. Move forward in your life with confidence knowing Grieve Law is steadfastly fighting for your cause.

Affordable OWI Lawyers for Walworth County

Criminal charges are always difficult, and we understand the financial burden of securing top-notch legal defense. Grieve Law provides flexible payment options so cost never impedes your access to premier criminal defense.

With your future on the line, don’t trust a low-budget attorney with low-budget defense strategies. Seasoned counsel can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. We also offer free consultations to review expenses and tailor affordable payment plans to your financial situation. Don’t settle for less, trust Grieve Law to build the strongest OWI defense possible and get back on track.

Our Wisconsin criminal defense attorneys fight for clients anywhere in Walworth County, including:

Bloomfield Darien Delavan East Troy
Elkhorn Fontana Geneva Genoa City
Lake Geneva Linn Mukwonago Sharon
Walworth Whitewater Williams Bay  
Contact the Walworth County OWI lawyers at Grieve Law for a free consultation.


Grams Possessed

1st Offense - Any amount Subsequent Offenses - Any amount


1st Offense - Misdemeanor Subsequent Offenses - Felony

Jail Time

1st Offense - 6 months Subsequent Offenses - 3.5 years

Maximum Fine

1st Offense - $1,000 Subsequent Offenses - $10,000

In Walworth County, Wisconsin, how long does an OWI charge stay on your record?

In Walworth County, Wisconsin, an OWI conviction can remain on your criminal record for life. Some first OWI's are shown on CCAP, but that is only if the arresting agency was a sheriff officer instead of a local police department officer. 

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