As of January 1, 2017, repeat OWI offenders with four or more convictions will face harsher penalties than they did previously. In the spring of 2016, Governor Walker signed Senate Bill 455 into law in the spring of 2016 (now known as 2015 Wisconsin Act 371), increasing the penalties for certain repeat drunk driving convictions. The new law took…
You could be walking home from a friend’s house, walking to or from work or even just out for a leisurely walk when you are stopped by police for questioning.
Knowing your rights in this type of situation can help keep you out of trouble with law enforcement and, hopefully, send you on your way without issue.
Keep reading to learn more about what to do if you’re stopped by police for questioning on the streets in Wisconsin.