Question: Can you explain the Wisconsin OWI notice of intent to revoke form?

Answer: The notice of intent to revoke is the form filled out by the officer when a person refuses the breath or blood test. That form actually commences the refusal proceedings, which is essentially treated as a separate charge here in Wisconsin. The trial of the refusal case is held before the trial of the driving case to determine whether a refusal revocation should ensue, and whether evidence of refusal should even be admissible at the trial. It is imperative that you have a lawyer file a demand for hearing on refusal within 10 days of receiving a notice of intent to revoke; otherwise, your license will be revoked for refusal.

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