Defense Attorney for PAC Charges
Lawyer defending PAC offenses in southeast Wisconsin
If you, or someone you know, have been charged with an OWI in any Wisconsin county, then you’re looking at multiple tacked on charges that can include Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (PAC) charges & penalties, or operating with a Controlled Substance (OCS) charges & penalties. PAC charges are usually tacked onto any OWI charge where alcohol was involved, with more fees, possible jail time, and license revocation.
Save yourself a lifetime of hassle and regret by getting yourself a dedicated criminal defense lawyer for your PAC charges. Attorney Kerri Cleghorn has years of experience defending a drunk driving & PAC charges in the suburbs around Milwaukee. She knows the laws and the best path to defense – get in touch for a free consultation.
What are PAC charges?
Under Wisconsin Statute 346.63(1)(b), “No person may drive or operate a motor vehicle while…the person has a prohibited alcohol concentration.”
PAC, or Prohibited Alcohol Concentration, charges are applied to cases where the arrestee’s blood alcohol concentration was above the legal limit of 0.08%. This level applies to:
- First Offense OWI
- Second Offense OWI
- Third Offense OWI
Subsequent offenses, or Felony OWI Charge, with PAC require a significantly lower BAC level of 0.02%—making it that much easier for cops to take advantage of your situation.