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What are the penalties for bail jumping, driving while revoked 2nd offense and OWI 2nd offense in WI?

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He should speak to a qualifed Criminal Defense Attorney in WI immediately.



He has an attorney. I was just trying to find out what he will most likely receive as a sentence.

John-Paul Patrick Gilson

John-Paul Patrick Gilson


He should speak with his attorney. Only his attorney will the specific answer regarding his case and circumstantces. This is because the guidelines are affected by things like prior record, prior arrests, etc. And it's a normal quesiton that his attorney should be able to answer.


There's not enough information provided to answer this question. For example, bail jumping can be a felony or misdemeanor depending upon the charge a person was on bail for at the time of the bail violation. Your boyfriend should have been provided with a criminal complaint on all criminal charges and that document will detail the maximum penalties for each charged offense.


The criminal complaint will have the potential penalties. Your boyfriend needs a lawyer, now. He also needs to stop driving until it is legal for him to do so or things will compound. He is facing over a year in jail for potential penalties, the actual penalty will likely be less than the maximum possible.

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