The State Supreme Court of Wisconsin recently ruled against a man who was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The event in question took place in the early morning hours in January of 2007. Police arrived at the scene to find the man outside of his car which was damaged, covered in gasoline, and unconscious. Police charged the man with OWI after reviewing his drivers license and finding he had a previous OWI charge.
The man and his lawyer have claimed that not enough evidence was there to arrest the man on the charges. The court found that the police had operated within reason of the law.
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