Disorderly conduct is not high on anyone's list of notorious crimes in Middleton, Wisconsin. Still, it's common for those convicted of it to receive a fairly stiff fine, and sometimes even jail time. Also, a conviction may appear on a person's criminal record, which could cause questions to be raised during job searches. In this post, we will give a brief overview of the Badger State's laws against disorderly conduct.
Workers' compensation benefits exist so that employees injured on the job have access to medical care and other benefits. Employers are required to have workers' compensation coverage so that their employees will have this available to them. An employee does not have to prove their employer was at fault for their workplace injuries before the employee is eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits.
The charge of “operating a vehicle while intoxicated”, or OWI, is a common one in Wisconsin. Using 2015 figures, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles said that 448,624 drivers had one OWI conviction, 131,597 had two and 52,002 had three.