Wisconsin war vet awaits sentencing on 3 counts of DUI homicide

Last month, a Wisconsin man pleaded guilty in a high-profile case involving drunk driving fatalities. The case received much media attention because the crash took the lives of three college students, two of which were from Wisconsin. A 32-year-old Iraq veteran pleaded no contest to three counts of DUI homicide and one count of OWI […]

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Missing evidence hinders defense in OWI homicide case: Part II

Earlier this week, we began a discussion about a controversial case of alleged drunk driving homicide. A Wisconsin man is on trial for the 2009 drunk-driving deaths of his wife and daughter. Prosecutors allege that the defendant’s blood test revealed a BAC of 0.10 percent three hours after the crash. They also allege that police […]

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Missing evidence hinders defense in OWI homicide case: Part I

Last week, proceedings began in a controversial drunk driving case. A Wisconsin man has been charged with two counts of homicide by drunken driving. The victims of the crash were his 40-year-old wife and his 12-year-old daughter. His son, who was 9 at the time, survived the crash. This case is controversial because the defense […]

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Wisconsin teen given a lenient sentence for car accident death

Earlier this month, a Wisconsin teen was sentenced in the car accident death of her friend and classmate last September. The 18-year-old girl from Mequon will face one year in jail with release during the day to attend college. Although the case could have been tried as a felony homicide by drugged driving, the District […]

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