The Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles will not allow an Ignition Interlock Device to be removed early. Based on your driving record and the time period imposed by the Court, the DMV will enforce and monitor the time period you are required to have the device in your vehicle and the time period...Read more »
The revocation will depend specifically on how you were charged. There are mitigating penalties if you are charged with an “underage” OWI as opposed to an “adult” OWI, for lack of better terms. You should call an attorney. Have your citation available. I do provide free consultations, if...Read more »
I was recently stopped on a traffic stop during the stop they ran my name and found I was driving on a revoked drivers license. I have tried countless times to get my license back from the state of Illinois after my first OWI. Now I am facing a 3rd charge and really need a lawyer that can help me... Read more »
You will need an attorney who can help you navigate Illinois separate from your new charges in Wisconsin. My office would be happy to provide a consultation for the Wisconsin charges. We have an attorney we can refer you to to consult in illinois that also practices in DUI matters and working with...Read more »
I was a MI resident and got a DUI in a neighboring WI town in 2011. My license was revoked and then I had interlocking ignition installed with a restricted license. I got my MI license fully reinstated. Now 8 years later moved to WI and they want me to put interlocking ignition on my car for... Read more »
There are steps you must take to satisfy the requirements Wisconsin imposed at the time of the conviction. I would need further information regarding the length of time Wisconsin ordered the Ignition Interlock Device to be installed vs how long Michigan required the device on your vehicle to...Read more »
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