You may choose who provides the IID. The judge doesn't care. There are several companies you can ask your attorney or call them yourself.
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Here's a list of IID service centers in WI. You'll probably do best picking a location that is close to your home or work as you will have to stop in from time to time after the initial installation:
If you already have an attorney, they should be answering your questions as that's part of their job.
I would definitely talk to your attorney about this, although the list provided by the other attorney certainly seems helpful. Generally, I suggest that my clients use google to find a provider near where they live, with cost being the deciding factor.
You can use any provider approved by the DOT. Your local Clerk of Circuit Courts should be able to give you a list. The judge does not care.
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