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Weaponized drone possession Wisconsin (Fines & Penalties)

Possession of a weaponized drone is considered a Class H felony Wisconsin, with penalties that could include a maximum fine of $10,000, up to 6 years in prison or both.

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Penalties & Fines for Weaponized Drone Possession

According to statute 941.292, possession of a weaponized drone is a Class H felony in Wisconsin. This is punishable by prison terms up to 6 years, up to $10,000 in fines, or imprisonment and a fine. 

Our criminal defense attorneys have negotiated multiple felonies down to misdemeanors, non-criminal tickets and outright dismissal of charges. Through negotiation or jury trial our Wisconsin criminal defense attorneys faithfully represent your interests to the fullest under criminal law. Grieve Law LLC has the firearm, criminal defense, drug and DUI attorneys in Waukesha, Milwaukee and Madison. Learn about the weaponized drone OWI penalties in Wisconsin.

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The following legal code may be outdated. Grieve Law makes no claims regarding the accuracy of the below. If you are faced with criminal charges you should consult an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.

941.292 Possession Of A Weaponized Drone

(1) In this section, "drone" means a powered, aerial vehicle that does not carry a human operator, uses aerodynamic forces to provide vehicle lift, and can fly autonomously or be piloted remotely. A drone may be expendable or recoverable.
(2) Whoever operates any weaponized drone is guilty of a Class H felony. This subsection does not apply to a member of the U.S. armed forces or national guard acting in his or her official capacity.
History: 2013 a. 213.


In Wisconsin, how long does a Possession of Weaponized Drone charge stay on your record?

Possession of a weaponized drone in Wisconsin is a felony that could not only result in a $10,000 fine if convicted, but the charges could remain on your record for life.

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