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Sarvan Singh

Sheboygan DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. I recieved my 3rd dui in Waukesha County, my 2nd dui was 2yrs ago. My level on this 3rd dui was under the limit at .070

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Sarvan Singh
    2. John Scott Swimmer
    3. Todd A. Snow
    4. Jeffrey W. Jensen
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    Technically, you can still be charged with DUI (OWI in Wisconsin) even though your alcohol content was below the legal limit. Generally, in Wisconsin, a drunk driving offense carries two charges, Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) and Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (PAC). If you are below the legal limit, the prosecution cannot proceed with the PAC charge, but they can still proceed on the OWI charge. However, I would definitely seek legal counsel as this is a potentially...

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  2. I got charged with driving with out a license or insured vehical in the state of indiana. The judge has told me to show that I

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Joseph Albin Larson
    2. Michael C. Witt
    3. Sarvan Singh
    4. Julia E. Simmons
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    Often charges like this may get reduced once you can show that you possess a valid license. However, this wholly depends on the prosecutor and court. I do not know if you qualify for a public defender as this may not be the type of case they take, but the Indiana DOT should be able to tell you what is needed to reinstate your license. To have the case dismissed, you will need to either speak with the prosecution or retain a lawyer to do that on your behalf.

  3. Should I fight this dui

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. William A. Jones Jr.
    2. Lidia L. Alperovich
    3. Peter John Marek
    4. Jay Scott Finnecy
    5. Sarvan Singh
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    Yes, you should consider fighting it. Field sobriety tests are to be conducted on a dry, flat surface. If the hill was severe, that could compromise the reliability of the test. Another unique issue is the search of the vehicle, as a search of the vehicle can be legal under a few, select circumstances. I would encourage you to consult with a lawyer that focuses on DUI/OWI cases.

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