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Kindergarten teacher facing fourth OWI charge in Milwaukee

A charge of operating a vehicle while under the influence (OWI) was recently filed against a kindergarten teacher after she was arrested by authorities on Sunday, December 6. Authorities from the Town of Brookfield arrested Danielle Cox, 29, after she reportedly avoided a breathalyzer test.

According to reports, Cox, who was confirmed to be an employee of the school district by officials, had three previous OWI convictions prior to this most recent arrest. In one of the previous OWI incidents in which Cox was involved, three people sustained injuries in an accident while she was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana. While school officials declined to comment on the ongoing investigation, state law does not mandate that non-violent felonies — such as the one Cox is currently facing — bar a person from working as a teacher.

Fortunately, no one was hurt in this recent OWI incident. However, drunk drivers cause serious accidents that wreak havoc on innocent  lives every day. If you have suffered as a result of a negligent or careless driver, contact the legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today by calling (608) 255-6663 to learn how we can help you.

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