According to Wisconsin Act 100, an ignition interlock device is required following an OWI charge, if these circumstances are present:
- You are a repeat OWI offender
- If you are a first time OWI offender whose BAC was more than .15 percent
- If you refused to provide chemical testing
In the event of the requirement of an ignition interlock device, you must install the device in each vehicle you own. If you wish to avoid the penalties that come with an OWI conviction, contact Eastbridge Law Group, LLC. These cases are best handled by someone who knows the ins and outs of Wisconsin’s OWI laws and the methods of testing used by the police in making these types of arrests.