Trusted Drunk Driving Defense Attorney
A drunk driving, or OWI as it is commonly known in WIsconsin, conviction will significant impact on your life and possibly your livelihood. Your best chance of success is to have an attorney on your side that has experience defending OWI cases. At Piel Office, we have the experience necessary to defend you in if you are facing an OWI in Wisconsin.
If you are reading this, either you or someone you know has probably received a drunk driving related or criminal offense in Wisconsin. This website will give you an idea of the nature of the charge, the possible penalties and many other things that you should consider before deciding how to proceed in your case. It should give you a good start in researching the particulars of a drunk driving offense in Wisconsin. However, an attorney should be hired if you decide to fight your case.
At Piel Law Office, the goal is to provide aggressive legal representation to achieve the most satisfactory resolution for those charged with drunk driving. Piel Law Office is committed to defending individuals charged with drunk driving related offenses. We defend drunk driving charges statewide. Our mission is to assure that individuals have a competent attorney to fight on their behalf.
This website is intended to provide viewers with an overview. It is not intended to provide legal advice. If you have received a drunk driving related charge in Wisconsin, it is critical that you immediately contact a qualified attorney. Because the consequences are serious and time is of the essence, if you want to fight your charge, or if you simply have questions, you should contact an attorney immediately. Most attorneys will provide a free initial consultation. Thus, you should not have to pay any money to simply have an attorney examine your paperwork and discuss your concerns. If you should have any questions, please contact Piel Law Office for a free initial consultation by completing our online form or calling (877) 384-1384.
Areas of Expertise
- Drunk Driving Defense
- Habitual Traffic Offenses
- Probation Revocation