He was arrested in Wisconsin in 2012 for 7th offense OWI, (class "G" Felony). However, It is my understanding that in 2016, the penalties pertaining to this type of offense in Wisconsin became more severe, and now are designated class "F". There is an upcoming hearing but he has... Read more »
The applicable range of penalty for an offense is determined by the violation date, not the conviction date. The arrest record correctly shows a Class G Felony, punishable by a fine not to exceed $25,000 or Imprisonment not to exceed 10 years, or both. Section 939.50(3)(g). The initial confinement...Read more »
so I got my license revoked in Wisconsin because of a dui 2 years ago, I'm eligible for reinstatement starting tomorrow. I'm also moving to Illinois in 4 days, do I still have to pay reinstatement in Wisconsin, or can I just get my license in Illinois?
Section 343.38(1) of the Wisconsin Statutes requires you to comply with the reinstatement requirements, including paying a $200 reinstatement fee. The court ordered that the DMV revoke your operating privilege for 2 years, but this does not mean your privilege to drive is automatically reinstated....Read more »
No. The conditions of bail are not violated by declining to accept an offer made by the District Attorney. You have the right to fight the case, which includes having motion hearings and a jury trial. You have the absolute right to advise the District Attorney that you are rejecting the offer.
It’s likely that the employer misread the document or was influenced by the mere fact of the arrest. What you refer to as a background check is a document prepared by the Wisconsin Department of Justice Criminal Information Bureau (CIB) based on fingerprints taken when you were arrested. The fact...Read more »
A conviction for a traffic citation appears on the driver’s state driving record abstract. The conviction does not relate to the title history of a vehicle or any future vehicle. If you fail to pay a traffic citation a number of things could occur depending on the terms of the judgment of...Read more »
I have had 2 dui and driving on a suspended license cases in the past. Using my finger prints my FBI background check shows these cases but doesn't clearly show that these cases have ended. What type of paperwork can I ask from the court to show that these cases have concluded and that there... Read more »
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