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National change in OWI law could affect Wisconsin defendants

Last month the issue of whether a nonconsensual blood draw requires a search warrant was addressed by the United State Supreme Court in Missouri v. McNeely, 569 U.S. __ (2013) (decided April 17, 2013).  The following is the Court’s holding: “The question presented here is whether the natural metabolization of alcohol in the bloodstream presents …

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But you’re a good person. Presenting character evidence to the court and jury in Wisconsin.

Often when a business professional is accused of a criminal offense, whether white collar or otherwise, the response is the same: “How could he do that.”  The accused is a good employee, family member, and a participant in the larger community.  The sentiment becomes “if only the court/jury could hear what a good person he …

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