State of Wisconsin vs. Christopher C. Barber

Manitowoc County Case Number 2009CT000706



The defendant was charged with both Operating While under Influence (3rd) and Operating with PAC .08 or More (3rd). The defendant was found guilty of Operating While under Influence (3rd) and the other charge, Operating with PAC .08 or More (3rd), was dismissed by the court.
  • Christopher C. Barber was found guilty of Operating While under Influence (3rd), an unclassified misdemeanor, Wisconsin Statutes 346.63(1)(a).

Charge(s) in this case were read in to this or other case(s). A "read in" charge is a charge that is dismissed as part of a plea agreement, however:

  • The defendant agrees to have the court consider the charge(s) when sentencing for another crime, under Wis. Stats. 973.20(1g)(b); and
  • The defendant cannot be prosecuted for these charge(s) in the future.


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