Being Over the Limit Doesn’t Mean You Will Be Convicted – We Fight Back Against OWI / DUI Charges
If you have been arrested for drunk driving in Wisconsin, you should call Nelson Defense Group immediately. In most cases, a 10-day clock has begun to run on your right to challenge either the revocation or administrative suspension of your driving privileges. If you or your attorney does not file the appropriate paperwork in time, your license will be automatically suspended or revoked before you have the chance to defend yourself in court. These deadlines cannot be extended, so you should contact an attorney as soon as possible following your release from law enforcement custody.
These driver’s license proceedings are a related but distinct issue for your court case and require additional and immediate attention. We can quickly address issues related to your driver’s license and the OWI charge against you.
Nelson Defense Group is an OWI / DUI defense law firm practicing exclusively in Wisconsin. For a free initial discussion, call us at 715-690-1804 today. We are located in Hudson and represent clients statewide.
Put Our OWI Defense Lawyers On Your Side Today
Attorney Adam P. Nero of Nelson Defense Group is western Wisconsin’s only attorney to devote his entire practice to the defense of OWI / DUI charges in Wisconsin trial courts. He has undergone extensive legal and scientific training to defend people accused of drunk driving offenses. Many potential challenges to the charges exist, depending on the individual facts.
During your case, we acquire police reports, squad car video, dispatch records, maintenance records for blood/breath testing equipment, and more. We leave no stone unturned.
Attorney Adam P. Nero and his team have a long record of securing not guilty verdicts, as well as getting OWI charges reduced or dismissed. We can explore every available option for minimizing the negative consequences of your OWI arrest.
Nelson Defense Group defends drivers with cases across Wisconsin against the following charges:
- Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI)
- Operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC)
- Operating a motor vehicle with a detectable amount of restricted controlled substance (RCS) – OWI with minor child in vehicle
- OWI causing injury, great bodily harm or death
- Administrative suspension review hearings
- Refusal hearings
For other helpful information, please see our overview of what to do if you are arrested for OWI in Wisconsin.
Contact Nelson Defense Group
If you have been arrested for OWI, there is no time to waste. The sooner we can get involved in your case, the sooner we can start protecting your rights and future. Call Nelson Defense Group at 715-690-1804 or complete our contact form to arrange a free initial discussion.