I am assuming a conviction under 346.63(2)
Have you asked your lawyer about this?
Under Chapter 346, The maximum IID period is the maximum revocation period.
The maximum revocation for a violation of 346.63(2) is 2 years. This is doubled by having a child under 16 in the car.
So, yes, you can have both an IID requirement and a revocation of 4 years.
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