STRICTER DUI LAWS IN WISCONSIN???
There are times when people drive home under the influence of alcohol. Many times, people get home without getting pulled over by the local police department, sheriff’s department or the state patrol. Drivers who do get pulled over for drunk driving will be arrested and need to hire an attorney. Lawyers represent men and women in the courtroom, and negotiate lighter sentences with judge and district attorney’s office, there are even times when the case gets dismissed altogether even those the individual were clearly impaired behind the wheel breaking the law. My argument for my paper is whether or not there should be stricter DUI laws in the state of Wisconsin.
The Judicial system in place has become complicated in cases of DUI arrest in Wisconsin due to the many accidents, injuries, and deaths caused each year. Examples of what people in Wisconsin read in their local paper everyday: A La Crosse woman was arrested for drunken driving after crashing her car early Saturday in the Trempealeau County of Arcadia, according to the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department. Crystal Goodman, 27 was driving north on Hwy. 93 near Wilber Road about 4:30 a.m. when she lost control, drove into a ditch and rolled the car. She drove off from the crash site in the badly damaged car as a witness stopped to call 911, the department stated. Police found Goodman in a gas station parking lot in Arcadia with head and neck injuries. She admitted to drink and faces charges of second offence drunken driving, operating after revocation and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Police say that a 40-year-old Wisconsin man was arrested for his sixth DUI after a concerned driver called 911 to report that the man was veering on the interstate. According to the caller, the man and a passenger in the veering car switched seats. According to police, Wisconsin deputy sheriff stopped the veering car and the passenger told the deputy...
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