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Wisconsin OWI Case Wins

Charge: OWI, implied consent violation with CDL

Client was a CDL holder who was charged with an OWI and refusing the state breath test. Attorney Tracey Wood argued that the reason the client was illegally stopped as the officer did not establish probable cause. The court agreed and the charges were dropped.

Result: All charges dismissed

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Charge: OWI

The client was facing OWI charges and Tracey Wood immediately recognized that there were issues in the case relating to probable cause. She addressed this with the court and the charges against the client were dropped.

Result: Charges dismissed

Charge: 7th offense OWI

Our client was facing a seventh OWI offense. Tracey Wood filed a motion to attack two of the client’s prior offenses because he did not have an attorney. The court ruled in the client’s favor and he was only sentenced to probation for a lesser offense.

Result: Charges reduced; client only sentenced to probation

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Charge: 2nd offense OWI

Our client was facing a second offense OWI charge. In investigating the case, Tracey Wood found that the police stop was invalid. She filed a motion to suppress all of the evidence that was gathered after the stop. The court ruled in favor to suppress.

Result: Evidence suppressed

Charge: OWI

This client was facing a first offense OWI. At trial, Tracey Wood called the arresting officer’s conduct into question during cross-examination. The officer admitted to making mistakes during the process. As a result, the prosecutor offered a reduced charge of reckless driving.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: OWI, implied consent violation

Our client was a licensed pilot who was charged with OWI and an implied consent violation. Tracey Wood argued that the client’s rights were violated under Wisconsin’s implied consent statute. The implied consent violation was dismissed and the prosecution reduced the charge to reckless driving.

Result: Implied consent violation dismissed; OWMVI reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: OWI

Our client was charged with OWI. Tracey Wood argued that the arresting officer violated the client’s rights under the implied consent statute in Wisconsin. As a result, the prosecution offered to dismiss the OWI charges in exchange for a plea to the lesser charge of reckless driving.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: 3rd offense OWI

The client was facing a third offense OWI charge. Tracey Wood was successful in collaterally attacking the client’s two prior out-of-state convictions. The client was not sentenced to any jail time.

Result: Charges reduced

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Charge: OWI

This client had been charged with a first offense OWI. Tracey Wood filed motions in this case related to the Supreme Court case of McNeely. As a result, the prosecutor offered a reduced charge of reckless driving.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: OWI

The client was charged with OWI after his blood test result was over the legal limit. Upon investigating the case, Tracey Wood uncovered that the police failed to abide by the implied consent statute. She filed a motion to suppress the result of the blood test and secured a reduced charge for the client.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: OWI

When this client was charged with OWI, Tracey Wood successfully argued that the client had actually consumed alcohol after driving. As a result, the prosecution offered a plea deal and reduced the charges.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: 7th offense OWI

The client was facing a seventh offense OWI charge. Tracey Wood set to work and filed a collateral attack against prior convictions. She was successful and the client only received probation.

Result: Client sentenced to probation

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Charges: OWI, prohibited alcohol concentration, disorderly conduct

Our attorney took this case to trial, and the client was acquitted of the prohibited alcohol concentration and disorderly conduct charges. She then successfully appealed the OWI conviction, which resulted in a complete acquittal.

Result: Acquittal

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Charge: OWI

The client was charged with OWI. Our attorney filed a suppression motion during the evidentiary hearing, which the judge granted. The prosecution unsuccessfully filed an appeal of that decision. Our attorney negotiated with the prosecutor and settled the case with a non-OWI ticket.

Result: Charges reduced to non-OWI ticket

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Charge: 1st offense OWI, prohibited alcohol concentration

Our attorney took this client’s case to trial, where a judge dismissed the OWI charge but not the charge of prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC). Our attorney filed an appeal and a motion against the PAC conviction. The motion was granted and the prosecutor agreed to amend to non-OWI ticket in order to settle the case.

Result: Acquitted of OWI; prohibited alcohol concentration reduced to non-OWI ticket

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Charge: 1st offense OWI

After being arrested for OWI, the client requested an alternative blood or breath test. The arresting officer refused this request. As the case progressed, our attorney filed a motion to suppress the client’s initial blood alcohol test results because the officer refused the client’s request, which is illegal under Wisconsin law. The prosecutor read the motion and offered a reduction of the charge.

Result: OWI reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: 1st offense OWI

The client was facing a first offense OWI charge. Our attorney filed a motion to suppress evidence due to the officer unlawfully stopping the client. Our attorney also filed his written arguments with the court. After reading the motion and the arguments, the prosecutor offered to amend the charge from OWI to reckless driving.

Result: Charge reduced to reckless driving

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Charge: 2nd offense OWI

This client was charged with a second offense OWI, as he already had an out-of-state conviction on his record. Our attorney filed a motion to collaterally attack the first conviction, as the client was not represented by an attorney at that time. The prosecutor offered to reduce the charge from second offense DUI to a first offense, which meant that the client did not have to serve a mandatory jail sentence or have an ignition interlock device installed on his vehicle.

Result: Charge reduced to 1st offense OWI

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Charge: OWI, prohibited alcohol concentration

The arresting officer made several mistakes when arresting this client for OWI, among them refusing the client’s legal right to receive an alternative breath or blood test if requested. Our attorney filed a motion to suppress the chemical test results, as the officer’s refusal was a violation of the client’s rights. The judge ruled in the client’s favor, suppressing the evidence and dismissing the prohibited alcohol concentration charge.

Result: Evidence suppressed; operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration charges dismissed

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