The attorneys at Nelson Defense Group pride themselves on defending people against the power of government in every type of Drunk Driving (Operating While Intoxicated: OWI) case in the State of Wisconsin.
If you have been arrested for an OWI-related offense, you should call Nelson Defense Group immediately- a 10-day clock has already begun to run on your right to challenge either the revocation or administrative suspension of your driving privileges. These driver’s license proceedings are a related, but distinct issue from your court case, and require additional and immediate attention. Missing these deadlines will result in the automatic revocation or suspension of driving privileges. At Nelson Defense Group, our dedicated and diligent attorneys and staff focus on defending OWIs so we can intervene on your behalf and help.
Many people believe that if their test shows a 0.08 or above, the case is over and done with – but nothing could be further from the truth. The attorneys at Nelson Defense Group have undergone extensive legal and scientific training to defend people accused of these offenses. Many potential challenges exist, depending on the individual facts of your case.
Among our core values is a belief in the presumption of innocence – that you are innocent unless the government proves you guilty. During your case, Nelson Defense Group will acquire all the relevant materials – police reports, squad video, dispatch records, maintenance records for the blood/breath testing machinery, and more. Nelson Defense Group will perform all necessary investigation into your case and will leave no stone unturned. After all, the police have only one side of the story, and often miss important aspects of the case that are worthy of consideration.
Nelson Defense Group defends drivers with cases across the State of Wisconsin against the following charges:
• Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated (“OWI”)
• Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (“PAC”)
• Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Detectable Amount of a Restricted Controlled Substance (“RCS”)
• OWI with Minor Child in Vehicle
• OWI Causing Injury, Great Bodily Harm, or Death
• Administrative Suspension Review Hearings
• Refusal Hearings