Wisconsin Traffic Tickets Questions & Answers

Q: seeking counsel prior to fighting tickets and also pressing charges on a civilian for damages

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Personal Injury, Traffic Tickets and Civil Litigation for Wisconsin on
Answered on Mar 16, 2018
Emmanuel Muwonge's answer
I am sorry that you are going through what appears to be a very challenging period in your life. That said, I am also sorry that I cannot figure out what it is you really are trying to communicate and what the best approach would be in providing you with the counsel you need. That notwithstanding, I am pretty certain that, at a minimum, you need counsel with a background in social sciences so that s/he may in turn guide you by pointing you in the appropriate direction so as to enable you to...

Q: I received 3 citations the DA offered me to take the failure to report an accident or failure to keep vehicle under

2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents and Traffic Tickets for Wisconsin on
Answered on Feb 1, 2018
Emmanuel Muwonge's answer
Without additional facts and circumstances which led or may have led to the accident in question, I am inclined to believe that you are better off taking the "failure to report an accident". The Failure To Report an Accident does not directly involve your operation of your vehicle as it is circumstances arising after the accident. On the other hand, the others you say are the alternative offers as it were, pertain to your active management and control of your vehicle which has serious...

Q: Just got charged with a 4th owi blew a .055 with a .02 restriction is there a way out. Also is my license valid ?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Wisconsin on
Answered on Sep 7, 2017
Stephen Pleck Johnson's answer
License will probably be revoked by the DMV in 30 days from test notice of over .02 by police if you don't ask for an administrative hearing within 10 or 13 days depending. Was the stop/arrest valid? Was the test accurate? a skilled attorney on these questions can help.

Q: I have 2 driving without insurance tickets is there anyway I can get them off my record?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets, Appeals / Appellate Law and Municipal Law for Wisconsin on
Answered on Aug 27, 2017
Stephen Pleck Johnson's answer
The following cases remain on CCAP for 5 Years. Traffic Forfeiture Cases (TR)

Non-Traffic Ordinance Violation Cases (FO). Motor vehicle records are a little different and the answere is more complex.. Depends on where Uber is looking. Ask Uber what you can do to assure them that you are insured.

Q: I have bench warrant in 2 counties for missed traffic court dates. Is it possible to resolve this without jail time

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets, Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for Wisconsin on
Answered on Aug 10, 2017
William Head's answer
IT sounds unlikely that you will walk away from two separate bench warrants without visiting a jail.

Call a GREAT traffic offense lawyer, in WI, for a FREE consultation. Here is one, that I can recommend:

Ms. Tracey Wood, 608-284-1200

Tell her William Head from Atlanta referred you.

Q: Is there any liability to a township for not removing snow off of a roadway after four hours?

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Car Accidents for Wisconsin on
Answered on Apr 24, 2017
Peter N. Munsing's answer
The law would tend to say you should have anticipated and 1)driven even slower 2) not driven. You should fight the ticket, because you will argue that you were driving way slowly and at that particular location not slowly enough.

Second reason is that a government is given reasonable time to clear snow. Especially in snow states. But that's my view I would suggest if you are interested in a damages case contact a member of the Wisconsin Assn for Justice-=they give free consultations.

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