Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. - Attorney Daniel R. Skarie

Milwaukee County

​Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Information

If convicted of drunk or drugged driving, you will be statutorily required to undergo and comply with the findings of an Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse assessment. Milwaukee County’s AODA provider is Impact, Inc. Provided below is Impact’s contact information:

Designated Coordinator

Pat Gutierrez
Impact, Inc.
6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2225
West Allis, WI 53214
414-443-6000 (Appointments)
414-256-4808 (General Information)
Fax: 414-771-4808

Assessment Facility Contact

Patricia Gutierrez
Impact, Inc.
6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2225
West Allis, WI 53214
414-256-4808
414-443-6000 (Appointments)
Fax: 414-771-4808

Assessment Charge

$295.00 Wisconsin Resident OWI Fee
$145.00 Failed Appointment
(Non-Wisconsin residents: call the Appointment Desk for more information)

Huber & Work Release Rules & Information

A dedicated drunk driving or criminal defense attorney’s work does not stop at sentencing. Attorney Skarie will assist you with preparing for and navigating the intricacies of Milwaukee County’s Huber (work release) and Electronic Monitoring programs.

  • Please click the PDF Link to view Milwaukee County Huber Rules.
  • Please click the PDF link to view Milwaukee County Huber Employer Information.
  • Payments: Payments for electronic monitoring and other matters are completed through “JPay” on their website (jpay.com), by phone (800-574-5729), or at a kiosk.
  • Huber Release Hours: No exceptions to the (12) twelve hours per day, and that includes travel time. Regardless of what the inmate’s schedule is prior, they must have it modified by their employer.
  • Transfers: Evaluated on a case by case basis; mostly dependent on the approval of the receiving county.
  • Electronic Monitoring: Evaluated on a case by case basis, but is dependent on the severity of the offender’s record. A landline is required. The cost is roughly $25 per day.

Milwaukee County OWI Sentencing Guidelines:

Wisconsin divides its counties into judicial districts. Milwaukee County belongs to the 1st Judicial District. Each region maintains OWI Sentencing Guidelines. It is prudent to frame sentencing arguments to the district’s sentencing guidelines. Please click the PDF link to view the 1st Judicial District Sentencing Guidelines.

Additional Information:

For further information regarding Milwaukee County, please contact Atty. Skarie.

Disclaimer:

The information provided solely for general informational purposes, is subject to change, and may not be up to date. Please contact Atty. Skarie or the appropriate agency to confirm the accuracy of the information provided.