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DUI Fourth Offense Or More

DUI Fourth Offense Or More

A DUI or PAC fourth offense, depending upon individual case circumstances, is normally a felony offense under Wisconsin state statutes. This type of an offense normally brings multiple court hearings which will include a preliminary hearing and arraignment.


For more than 24 years, we have defended clients facing the most serious DUI charges and have helped them minimize the impact of the charges on their life. With four or more offenses, the legal process becomes much more complicated.  It is important to have a defense attorney who has experience with these types of cases.


Normally, factors such as failing to understand the severity of  DUI or PAC penalties in a fourth or higher DUI or PAC or lack of a legal plan or strategy to deal with the charges can lead to grave sentencing results.  Do not let this happen to you.

Contact us so we can discuss the specific facts of your case.

An incarceration penalty for this offense could mean a year or more in jail and/or prison or felony probation with conditions of jail.

A DUI or PAC 4th offense or higher also brings with it the same penalties as a DUI or PAC 2nd or 3rd, but have

  • greater penalties on the required time of installation of ignition interlock devices
  • greater periods of license revocation
  • higher fines and court costs

As a general rule one should know the higher the number of DUI or PAC offense, the greater the penalties.