Ordinary DUI or OWI charges are serious in themselves. But when alleged drunk driving results in an accident that causes serious injury or death, it is likely that the driver will be charged with a felony. In such cases, legal representation is essential.
In cases where alleged drunk driving causes an accident that results in serious impairment of bodily function of another person, the driver can be charged with a felony. He or she faces imprisonment of up to five years and a fine of between $1,000 and $5,000.
If alleged drunk driving results in the death of another person, the driver … read more