Oconomowoc OWI Attorney Waukesha County, Wisconsin
The penalties for OWI in Wisconsin can be severe, even if it's the first offense, which is why it's worth it to talk with an attorney in the Oconomowoc area after an OWI arrest. If convicted, OWI penalties could include 6-9 month license revocation, up to a $350 fine, a $435 surcharge and other penalties.
OWI & Criminal Defense Attorney
Reducing or dropping Oconomowoc OWI charges
First DUI penalties in Wisconsin are severe. From extreme fines, jail time, losing your drivers’ license to restricted rights, an OWI conviction can come with long-term consequences. Fee to plea lawyers don’t get it:
You Are Only Guilty If You Are Convicted®
Oconomowoc residents trust Grieve Law attorneys for the best criminal defense. Our attorneys have experience including:
- Reduced OWI charges
- Dropped OWI charges
- Underage OWI
- Marijuana OWI
- OWI with a Minor
- Prohibited Alcohol Concentration
- 1st offense OWI
- 2nd offense OWI
- 3rd offense OWI
- 4th offense OWI
- 5th offense OWI and higher
Grieve Law attorneys use their knowledge of drunk driving and criminal law to provide exceptional legal counsel and unbeatable litigation. With a Grieve Law OWI attorney you’ll get the strongest defense possible for your case.
Where to Go for Court: 174 E Wisconsin Ave, Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Police Department: 174 E Wisconsin Ave, Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Award-winning Oconomowoc criminal defense attorneys
Grieve Law offers flexible payment options to help you afford our best criminal defense attorneys to get your charges reduced or dropped. An informed decision about your defense attorney now is the best way to protect your future.
Our Oconomowoc criminal defense attorneys guide you every step of the way, from citation and trial to fighting for your rights in court. Grieve law attorneys are your best advocates anywhere, especially:
Affordable Oconomowoc OWI attorneys win cases across Waukesha County
Grieve Law criminal defense attorneys understand the laws and consequences for OWI charges vary by county and they have experience in Waukesha County to get your charges dropped.
Defending your rights is our top priority. At our Waukesha criminal defense firm, we’ve helped clients save thousands of dollars in fines and penalties by reducing their charges. Grieve Law offers free initial phone consultations for new criminal charges in Waukesha County.
Contact the Oconomowoc OWI lawyers at Grieve Law for your free consultation.
In Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, how long does an OWI charge stay on your record?
Whether it's a 1st, 2nd, 3rd charge for OWI, a Waukesha County resident could find it difficult to have an attorney get the OWI removed from her record because Wisconsin state statues regulate records so tightly.