Waukesha County DUI Lawyer
Muskego Field Sobriety Test Defense Attorney
Operating while intoxicated (OWI) charges are stressful, whether this is your first DUI/OWI or your fourth. You may face time in jail, fines, and revocation of your driver's license. When you want to hold onto your freedom and find a better solution, turn to Reddin & Singer, L.L.P.
Waukesha County DUI attorney William Reddin has more than 30 years of experience offering aggressive, intelligent and effective legal defense to clients facing drunk driving charges. He is a former state public defender who is well-respected in the Waukesha County, Milwaukee County and Washington County courts.
Our law firm is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We have reasonable rates and accept most major credit cards. Contact us as soon as possible after you or your loved one has been charged with drinking and driving in New Berlin, Muskego, Brookfield or elsewhere.
Field Sobriety Tests and Breathalyzers
Our first step in your defense will be to investigate the charges against you and determine whether the police made any false steps. For example, we may challenge their actions and decisions during your field sobriety test or challenge your Breathalyzer/breath test results. If we can show that the police acted inappropriately, we may be able to suppress the evidence against you and call for dismissal of your OWI case.
Waukesha Alcohol Treatment Court
Waukesha County's drunk driving court is Wisconsin's first alcohol treatment court. It encourages alcohol treatment/rehabilitation for repeat drunk driving offenders who plead guilty to a third DUI/OWI offense. The Waukesha alcohol treatment program lasts at least one year and includes regular court appearances, assessments and ongoing group and individual treatments. Even though the program is lengthy, it is a promising option that helps clients spend less time in jail or prison and more time at home with their families.
While rehabilitation programs are encouraged in Waukesha County DUI/OWI cases, it is still important to have an experienced Waukesha County DUI attorney on your side during your hearing and at sentencing to protect your rights and fight for the best possible outcome available to you.
Recent Changes to Wisconsin's DUI Law
In July, 2010, the Wisconsin legislature enacted significant changes to Wisconsin's OWI law. Portions of the new drunk driving statute are favorable to defendants, encouraging rehabilitative treatment and reducing jail sentences. For more information, please contact us.
Contact Reddin & Singer, L.L.P.
Do not speak with anyone until you have called an experienced OWI/DUI attorney. Contact us today.
Our law firm believes in offering personal attention to every client, which means that we will be available to you while we defend against your DUI/OWI allegations and represent you in your driver's license hearing.