New Wisconsin OWI Penalties

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OWI First Offense Penalties

a-, Fine of $150 - $300 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 6 - 9 month license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License immediately a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required if BAC is .15 or higher a-, Citation a-, Passenger under the age of 16: a-, 5 days to 6 months jail a-, Misdemeanor

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OWI Second Offense Penalties

a-, Fine of $350 - $1,100 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 5 days to 6 months in jail a-, Maximum Probation - 2 years a-, 12 - 18 month license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days a-, If 2 or more offenses within 5 years, Occupational license after 12 months a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Misdemeanor a-, Passenger under the age of 16 (2nd Offense in 10 years) a-, 10 days to 1 year in jail a-, Misdemeanor

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OWI Third Offense Penalties

a-, Fine of $600 - $2,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 45 days - 1 year jail a-, Maximum Probation - 2 years a-, 2 - 3 years license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days a-, If 2 or more offenses within 5 years, Occupational license after 12 months a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Misdemeanor a-, Passenger under the age of 16 a-, 90 days to 2 years in jail a-, Class U Felony

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OWI Fourth Offense Penalties

a-,With NO prior offenses in the last 5 years a-, Fine of $600 - $2,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 60 days - 1 year in jail a-, Maximum Probation - 3 years a-, 2 - 3 year license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Misdemeanor a-, Passenger under the age of 16 a-, 120 days to 2 years in jail a-, Class U Felony a-, With Prior offenses in last 5 years a-, Fine of $600 - $10,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 6 months to 6 years in jail a-, Maximum Probation - 3 years a-, 2 - 3 years license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days (2 or more offenses in last 5 years, Occupational License after 12 months) a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Class H Felony a-, Passenger under the age of 16 a-,1 year minimum jail time a-, Enhanced Class H Felony

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OWI Fifth or Sixth Offense Penalties

a-, Fine of $600 - $10,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 6 months to 3 years imprisonment a-, Up to 3 years Extended Supervision a-, Maximum Probation - 3 years a-, 2 - 3 year license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days (12 months if 2 in 5 years) a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Class H Felony a-, Passenger under the age of 16 a-, 1 to 6 years imprisonment a-, Up to 6 years Extended Supervision a-, Enhanced Class H Felony a-, Maximum Probation - 6 years

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OWI Seventh, Eighth or Ninth Offense Penalties

a-, Fine up to $25,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 3 to 5 years imprisonment a-, Up to 5 years Extended Supervision a-, 2 - 3 years license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days (12 months if 2 in 5 years) a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Class G Felony a-, Passenger under the age of 16 a-, 6 to 10 years imprisonment a-, Up to 10 years of Extended Supervision a-, Enhanced Class G Felony

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OWI Tenth Offense Penalties

a-, Fine up to $25,000 plus $365 OWI Surcharge a-, 4 to 7.5 years imprisonment a-, Up to 5 years Extended Supervision a-, 2 - 3 years license revocation a-, Eligible to apply for Occupational License after 45 days (12 months if 2 in 5 years) a-, Alcohol Assessment Required a-, Ignition Interlock Required a-, Class F Felony a-, Passenger under the age if 16 a-, 8 to 15 years imprisonment a-, Up to 10 years Extended Supervision a-, Enhanced Class F Felony

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Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C.

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