Fighting an OWI Charge
OWI Suppression Of Evidence
OWI Field Sobriety Test Inaccuracies
OWI IntoxNet Documentation
Body Cameras on Police During OWI Stop
Double Jeopardy Apply in an OWI Case
Plea Bargain in OWI
Defenses Against Officer Smell Alcohol
Impact of Medical Condition on OWI BAC
Foods that Raise Blood Alcohol Level
Reasons for OWI Being Thrown Out
Pleading Guilty to OWI
An Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) charge, is a criminal offense that can haunt you for the rest of your life if not properly taken care of. While your case might feel hopeless, it is important to know that even the most serious charges can still be reduced or dismissed. There is hope for any case, no matter how severe. At Tracey Wood and Associates, we believe that you should be able to tell your side of the story without fear.
Educating yourself is the best thing you can do for your case, besides working with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Your best hope of fighting back comes from a strong defense. A well thought out defense strategy could mean the difference between prison time and walking away cleared of all charges. Here are some common OWI offenses:
Case: A drunk driving case was dismissed after our attorneys argued that police did not have probable cause to arrest the client.
Result: Case dismissed
Case: After working with our attorneys, the prosecutor in an OWI case offered to amend a client’s charge to reckless driving.
Result: Charges reduced
Case: In a second offense OWI case, our attorneys were able to prove to the jury that the test results were inaccurate and the client’s CDL license was saved.
Result: Not guilty verdict
Case: In an OMVWI case, our attorneys were able to successfully argue that police did not follow proper procedures under the Implied Consent Law and the client’s driver’s license was not suspended.
Result: Driver’s license not suspended
Case: In an OWI case, our attorneys were able to challenge the reasons for the investigation and whether the client was given the correct information concerning an evidentiary test. The charge was reduced and amended to reckless driving.
Result: Charges reduced
We understand that what you are going through is stressful and terrifying, but you have rights and with those rights come power. The time to act is now, so call today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. We will discuss your case options and you can decide how we proceed from there.
Tracey Wood & Associates
1 S Pinckney St #950
Madison, WI 53703