I got pulled over in Shorewood Wisconsin and was given 2 citations for DWI, 6 points each, totaling 12 points, first offence, originally had all of my 12 points. Can I apply for an occupational license to get to and from work? Or is it a suspension with no exceptions? Please advise.
This is my first DWI. The form I got says "30 days from the notice date listed in the box above your operating privilege will be suspended and a order of suspension will be sent to me. Does that mean I can drive until then? My court date is scheduled for 10/2/13.
Thank you for your help. What I did was stupid and going to be very costly. Do you know of any good attorneys here in the Milwaukee area that can get all of this started for me ASAP? I am very satisfied with your expertice and help. Thank you.
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