Will I Lose My License After An OWI?

Charged With OWI? Protect Your License

Your car is an integral part of your life. You drive to work, to school, to church, to your friends’ and family’s homes. If you lose your driver’s license because of a charge or conviction for operating while intoxicated (OWI), you could lose your primary mode of transportation. This could negatively impact your job, education and numerous other aspects of your life.

At Jasti & Khandhar, we can help protect your license. As an experienced criminal defense firm, we have successfully defended hundreds of clients in Wisconsin from OWI charges, allowing them to keep or regain their licenses.

Why Was My License Suspended Or Revoked?

The state of Wisconsin uses license suspension or revocation as a penalty for several criminal or civil violations. These include:

The court is strict about penalizing these offenses. Jasti & Khandhar can help you resolve these offenses, keep your license and prevent these issues from arising in the future.

We Can Help You Get A Temporary License

If a police officer pulls you over and arrests or charges you with OWI, they can immediately file a petition to suspend or revoke your license — even if it is your first OWI. It is crucial to act quickly. When you contact us, we can help you obtain an occupational license, which grants temporary, restricted driving privileges. Then, we will work to defend you against the criminal charges and restore your permanent license.

Get Help Protecting Your Driver’s License

If you face license suspension or revocation, contact the law firm of Jasti & Khandhar in Madison. We understand how important your license is, and we will fight to protect it. To schedule your initial consultation, call 608-509-4032 or send us an email.