Operating After Revocation in Wisconsin

If you have been charged with driving after your license has been revoked, it is important to understand the implications and possible consequences of this charge.

License Revocation

There are several reasons why your license could have been revoked or suspended. Some of the most common include:

  • • An OWI conviction or other drunk driving offenses
  • • An accumulation of too many demerit points on your driving record within one year
  • • Unpaid tickets


Operating While Revoked Offense

Operating while revoked can result in either a traffic ticket or a misdemeanor offense. If the reason for the person being revoked was an OWI-related conviction, the offense is a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine up to $2,500 and/or one year in jail. If the reason for being revoked is not an OWI-related conviction, the person faces a forfeiture of up to $2,500.

Possible Consequences for Operating While Revoked

If convicted of operating a vehicle while your license is revoked or suspended, you could face several punishments, including:

  • • A $2,500 fine
  • • Up to one year in jail
  • • Court costs
  • • An additional six months of license revocation


How We Can Help

In order to make sure you comply with the penalties and rules associated with an OWI conviction, it is important to consult with an experienced OWI attorney.

At Tracey Wood & Associates, we want to help you get back to living your life without the hassle of legal issues. If you have any questions about license revocation or if you have been charged with operating while revoked, contact us for a free consultation.


Call (608) 490-5779 or Schedule a Free Case Evaluation Online

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