Ozaukee 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. Ozaukee County’s AODA provider is the Ozaukee County Health & Human Services Department. Provided below is the contact information for the Ozaukee County Health & Human Services Department. Please click the following link to access the Ozaukee County AODA Assessment Information page.

Designated Coordinator:

Leah Bruce

Ozaukee County Department of Human Services

121 West Main Street

Port Washington, WI 53074-0994

262-284-8200

Fax: 262-284-8104

 

Assessment Facility Contact:

Vicki Kaas

Ozaukee County Department of Human Services

121 West Main Street

Port Washington, WI 53074-0994

262-284-8143

Fax: 262-284-8104

 

Assessment Charge:

$255.00 Paid by Credit Card

$125.00 No Show Fee

$125.00 Reassessment Fee

$75.00 Amended Assessment Fee

$75.00 Transfer or Reassessment Fee

Huber & Work Release Rules & Information: 

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

Before reporting, you will need a letter from your employer on company letterhead confirming your employment, name of a contact person and phone number and the hours of work including days off.   

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If you are employed for wages or salary or receives unemployment insurance or employment training benefits, the Sheriff Office's will require you to turn over the wages, salary, or benefits in full when received.

Advance Huber Board funds will be required on arrival and before going out to work. The daily charge for participating in the Huber program is $25.00 per day. A minimum of $175.00 must be applied to the Huber board on arrival to serve a sentence of 7 days or more.

You must pay the following initial fees in addition to the daily Huber Fee: Combination lock: $6, Initial drug screen test: $4. ​If you wish to order through the commissary, additional funds, you should deposit further funds in your account.

You may be allowed out to work up to 12 hours per day, which includes travel time, and up to 6 days per week, depending on your work schedule. You must serve one day per week in jail. If you drive yourself, be prepared to show proof of registration, current insurance coverage, and a valid driver’s license on request. Jail Division will also need the make, model, and license number of the vehicle you will be using. The processing jailer will review other transportation. 

Transfers:

 

Evaluated on a case by case basis; mostly dependent on the approval of the receiving county.

Electronic Monitoring: 

 

Ozaukee County does not have an electronic monitoring program. 

Ozaukee County OWI Sentencing Guidelines: 

Wisconsin divides its counties into judicial districts. Ozaukee County belongs to the 3rd 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 3rd Judicial District Sentencing Guidelines. 

Additional Information: 

For further information regarding Ozaukee 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. 

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