I agree with the first answer. I would add WI is not part of the interstate compact. So, WI will not directly contact the state in which you are licensed if you are administratively suspended. Thus, your out of state license may not be affected. You cannot, however, drive in WI without a valid license, regular or occupational. If your WI license is suspended before you actually get a WI license, you should still be eligible for an occupational, as long as you have SR-22 insurance: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/revoke/occ-apply.htm
You may check you eligibility for an occupational license here: https://trust.dot.state.wi.us/occsin/occsinservlet?whoami=occsp1
You may check your WI driver license status here: https://trust.dot.state.wi.us/occsin/occsinservlet?whoami=statusp1
Your chances of getting this reduced to a reckless driving are zero without an attorney. Even with an attorney, it may be an uphill battle. Contact local, experienced DUI defense attorneys for more specific advice.
You may only have 10 busines days from the date you were arrested to request a hearing before the WI DOT and try to avoid an administrative suspension. So, do not delay with contacting attorneys.
Wisconsin law prohibits amendment of these charges unless a record is made as to how it is in the public interest to do so. The fact that you were cooperative and have a clean record doesn't get you there. There are many fine OWI defense attorneys in the greater Milwaukee area, schedule a confidential consult with one of them.
You should be eligible for an occupational on the administrative suspension and/or court-ordered revocation as long as you haven't been suspended or revoked in the last twelve months.
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