Wisconsin driving under the influence laws forbids anyone driving a vehicle while intoxicated by alcohol, drugs (legal or otherwise), or anything that would impair your ability to control a motor vehicle in a acceptable manner without causing a hazard to others or yourself.
Wisconsin law also forbids driving with a certain level of alcohol in ones system whether a driver is impaired or not. Wisconsin will prosecute anyone found operating a vehicle with an alcohol level of .08 percent or more.
After a 3rd driving under the influence conviction in Wisconsin, the state could order the confiscation a DUI offenders vehicle that was used in the crime and is registered to the driver convicted of DUI.
Ignition Interlock Devices (IIDs) may be placed on an offenders vehicle after a 2nd offense of the DUI laws in Wisconsin or if one does not submit to a chemical testing of one’s blood, breath, or urine by the state. This device prevent anyone from driving a vehicle it is applied to unless a breath sample is provided and said sample is of a acceptable limit for operating a motor vehicle.
A Immobilization device can be placed on a vehicle to prevent it functioning. This is done on a second offense also.
1st conviction of driving under the influence:
2nd conviction of driving under the influence
3rd conviction of driving under the influence
4th conviction of driving under the influence
5th conviction of driving under the influence is a felony offense.
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