DUI Is Time-Sensitive

Your Time Is Limited After A DUI Charge

If you have been arrested for OWI/DUI, now is not the time for procrastination. You need to take action immediately.

From the date you are arrested, police and prosecutors are building their case against you. In addition, you may have as little as 10 days to request an administrative hearing under Wisconsin law! If you miss this deadline, you will lose your driver’s license.

For those reasons alone, you need to contact me, attorney Craig Kuhary, immediately at the law firm of Walden, Neitzke & Kuhary, S.C. I will explain your rights and how I can properly protect them. Do not wait.

Comprehensive OWI/DUI Defense Representation

You can count on me to deliver the legal counsel you need during this time. I maintain a vigorous and extensive OWI/DUI defense practice and draw on more than 30 years of experience as an attorney. As a result, I hold an in-depth grasp of the issues you are facing, and I can advise you promptly and efficiently with respect to those issues.

Those issues include the hidden pitfalls involved in protecting your driver’s license after an OWI/DUI arrest. Administrative rules in this situation impose strict and often seemingly unfair time limits on what you can do to protect your license. These time limits are commonly measured in days and even mere hours.

I already know these hidden pitfalls and can guide you through them to safety. In doing so, I will show you why you need a lawyer by providing you with the valuable assistance and insights you can only get by hiring an attorney.

Do Not Expose Your Driver’s License To Unnecessary Risk

Hindsight is 20/20, so the saying goes. Unfortunately, in the law, you do not get the benefit of hindsight if you make a mistake when handling your own OWI/DUI case. Call my Waukesha office today at 262-239-7631 to schedule your free initial consultation or contact my firm online.

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