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

Shawano 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 assessment. Shawano County’s AODA assessment provider is the Shawano County Department of Behavioral Health Services. Provided below is the contact information for the Department of Behavior Health Services.

Designated Coordinator:

Olivia Rosenow
Shawano County Department of Health Services
Lakeland Center
504 Lakeland Road
Shawano, WI 54166
Fax: 715-526-5542

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 Shawano County’s Huber (work release) and Electronic Monitoring programs.

Huber Rules & Information:

Shawano County Huber rules include the following: you will report on time and not under the influence of intoxicants or drugs. When reporting to the Shawano County Jail, you will be required to complete forms concerning your release on Huber law. The jail will verify the information you provide and determine your schedule. You are not permitted to work more than six days a week, 12 hours a day, which includes travel time. It is recommended that you bring the following to ensure the quickest processing of your Huber release:

  • ​A letter from your employer on company letterhead.
  • The letter should include start and completion times, and days worked.
  • The letter should include the contact information of a supervisor.

The Shawano County Work Release Center is located at 1240 Engel Drive, Shawano, WI 54166.


Evaluated on a case by case basis. To transfer in you must be employed. To transfer out you complete a form which is then sent to the receiving jail for approval.

Electronic Monitoring:

Electronic monitoring is allowed. Shawano County only has two electronic monitoring devices. These are used for situations with severe medical needs. The cost is $20 per day.

Shawano County OWI Sentencing Guidelines:

Wisconsin divides its counties into judicial districts. Shawano County belongs to the 9th 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 9th Judicial District Sentencing Guidelines.​

Additional Information:

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


The Shawano County information is 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.