OWI Felony Fourth Offense Dismissed Jefferson County
In March, 2012, Stephen J. Eisenberg of Eisenberg Offices, S.C. represented a Jefferson County man who was charged with felony fourth offense OWI. The Jefferson man had a blood alcohol concentration of .18. Eisenberg filed a motion to suppress the evidence arguing that there was a lack of probable cause and reasonable suspicion for the stop of the Jefferson man’s vehicle. Eisenberg argued that the stop was in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, § 8 of the Wisconsin Constitution.
After a hearing in Jefferson County Circuit Court, the judge found that the stop of the Jefferson County man was illegal and suppressed the evidence. As a result, the District Attorney subsequently dismissed the case which included charges of felony OWI-4th offense, operating after revocation, and operating a motor vehicle without an ignition interlock device.
If you or a loved one have been charged with OWI/DUI, you need to contact an experienced drunk driving attorney. Call Eisenberg Law Offices, S.C. for a free consultation at (608) 256-8356.
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