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My boyfriend got an OWI (Wisconsin) What should I do?

If your boyfriend is pulled over for OWI, it could be important to speak with an attorney, which can start as a free consultation. Consequences for an OWI conviction could include a $300 fine, $435 surcharge, loss of driving privileges for 6-9 months and other penalties for a first offense.

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Whether you just started dating or you’ve been together as long as you can remember, it’s hard to know what to do when your boyfriend gets arrested for drunk driving. Your S.O. could have his license revoked or suspended, do some jail time, lose his job, and have to pay tons of money in fines and legal fees.

Other sentencing items following your boyfriend’s first offense OWI conviction include:

  • SR-22 insurance verification (when he is eligible to drive again)
  • Installing an Ignition Interlock Device (depending on his BAC)
  • Probation requirements including alcohol assessment and random testing

For the legal side of things, he needs help from experienced drunk driving lawyers.

Boyfriend got an OWI in WisconsinThat’s where Grieve Law comes in.

We offer free consultations to find out the circumstances of the arrest and determine the best course of action. Our OWI attorneys have a reputation for building strong defenses and getting charges reduced or eliminated, minimizing fines and jail time and controlling the damage as much as possible. Learn more about OWI consequences you might be facing.

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Contact our Milwaukee OWI attorneys to schedule a free consultation for your boyfriend.

In Wisconsin, how long does an OWI charge stay on my boyfriend's record?

If your boyfriend is arrested for OWI and charged, talking with an experienced Wisconsin OWI attorney could help fight the charges and potentially more than $1,000 in penalties. OWI will stay on your boyfriend's record for life in Wisconsin.

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