Question: When do police use urine tests during OWI investigations in Wisconsin?

Answer: As little as possible, basically. It is extremely, extremely rare for urine to be used in an OWI investigation in Wisconsin. They have basically done away with it because there are extensive problems with the accuracy of those tests and collecting them in the way that allows them to be even close to accurate is very difficult. So, police use that as infrequently as possible and it’s quite rare.

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