If you drive with a suspended or revoked license in Wisconsin, a conviction may entail fines and an additional revocation. These are typically civil offenses.
However, if the license revocation resulted from an OWI conviction, you could be facing a criminal offense. Time in jail, additional fines and an additional revocation could result.
The more previous OAR or OAS offenses you require, the harsher the punishment for conviction gets.
Statewide OAR and OAS guidelines are offered via this resource.
If you are facing a traffic violation charge, you must contact our firm. Ensure you are bringing experience and resolve to your case.