Question: Why would someone have a revoked license in Wisconsin?

Answer: Revocation in Wisconsin usually happens only for higher-level offenses. It can be ordered only by a judge—it’s not a sanction the Department of Transportation can put on your license. However, it’s usually given for operating while intoxicated, for refusing to submit to a test, and if you’re operating after a revocation, you can get a revocation for that as well.

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