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Charged With DUI/OWI In Milwaukee? You Need An Effective Criminal Defense.

Other states call it DUI (driving under the influence). Wisconsin calls it OWI (operating while under the influence) or OMVWI (operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.) If you are convicted with drunk driving or drugged driving, you have a problem that may affect your life in different ways, including:

  • Loss of driving privileges
  • Hefty fines
  • Problems getting to work
  • Public embarrassment
  • Career and school ramifications
  • A mark on your permanent record
  • Time in jail (if you've been arrested before)

A good criminal defense lawyer must be conversant with the science of breath alcohol, the civil rights issues related to searches and probable cause and knowledgeable of the legal ramifications of thousands of OWI cases that may apply to your case.

Attorney Tom Marola has helped hundreds of individuals just like you avoid the harsh excesses of drunk driving laws. He knows these laws are well-intended and save lives, but they are popular with the electorate — which may not be fully aware of the laws ramifications — so lawmakers keep making the penalties more severe.

You Can't Afford To Prepare Your Own OWI Defense

With more than 40 years of legal experience, criminal defense attorney Tom Marola can assist you with virtually any OWI-related issue, including:

If you are like most people, you probably know a little about these complex legal issues. Fortunately, attorney Tom Marola knows a lot. He can answer your frequently asked questions about DUI/OWI as well as questions specific to your situation. Trust him to protect your rights and privileges.

Call The Law Offices of Thomas Marola in West Allis at 414-327-5800 — or connect with us by email. Your future is too important to trust anyone else.

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