Question: Can you explain Wisconsin OWI suppression of evidence?

Answer: Evidence is suppressed upon the successful filing of a motion to suppress evidence. We file those when we believe searches were done wrongfully, when a stop was made wrongfully, when an arrest was done wrongfully, and for many other reasons. If evidence is suppressed, it can’t be used against a person and oftentimes results in an acquittal.

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