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Wisconsin lawmaker enters guilty plea in OWI case

Wisconsin Representative Josh Zepnick (Milwaukee-D) stated that he entered a guilty plea in the case involving drunk driving after a recent incident in Greenfield. According to the lawmaker’s statement, a six-month suspension was imposed on his driver’s license after he admitted to the first-offense OWI in Greenfield Municipal Court.

Rep. Zepnick reportedly acknowledged that he had consumed several beers when he was stopped by an officer on the evening of October 29. As part of his plea deal, Zepnick’s vehicle will have an “ignition interlock device” installed for a year. The Representative was also required to pay fine. Zepnick, who expressed regret over his actions, lost a sister in a 1990 crash caused by a drunken driver.

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