Most Cases are Reduced or Dismissed: We are proud of our record with our clients. You deserve an attorney who can help prevent you from acquiring a criminal record.

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Tracey Wood is a widely respected resource for criminal and OWI-related defense. As an author and attorney, her work is frequently cited by other defense attorneys, prosecutors, and even judges.

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We take pride in educating any potential clients through our free case assessments. Even if you choose not to hire us, you will have a better outlook on your case after meeting with us.

Question: What Are the Penalties for a Second Offense Wisconsin OWI?

Answer: A second offense and higher in Wisconsin are considered criminal offenses. For a second offense we’ll have mandatory jail time, as will all subsequent offenses. On second offenses there’s a minimum jail term of five days and a maximum of six months—and it goes higher with each subsequent offense. For fourth offenses and higher, those could be considered felonies where prison is actually imposed.

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