I believe its two driving while suspended warrants and one DWI. Info on the DWI- I do not drink due to my medical issues but I do have an implanted pump that delivers medicine into my spine which will and did show up on a blood test however it doesn't affect my driving. I was pulled over in a snow storm and was weaving because of that but I made the mistake of being honest and telling the officer about my pump and meds etc. And they made me take a blood test. Please help me try to resolve these issues.
You need to contact a traffic law/criminal defense attorney licensed to practice in Wisconsin.
I would suggest reposting your question in the Wisconsin traffic law/criminal defense section of avvo.com.
By contacting a criminal defense attorney in WI. That is the best thing you can do about the problem.
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Besides what was said to contact an WI lawyer in the jurisdiction of the warrants. Get updated medical records from your doctor so the attorney has something to work with before the Judge. I don't know WI law and ours just changed so in MA you would have to physically be present at sometime to answer to the court for the defaults. Best of luck!
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