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My client was charged with operating while intoxicated in Hales Corners. Through negotiation, the citation was amended to a three (3) point violation of failure to obey an official sign. This reduction eliminated a conviction...
My client had an alcohol level of .169 on an OWI (1st). Although there was an objection by the prosecution, the judge was convinced by arguments to reduce the alcohol level to .149 to eliminate the necessity of an IID. Given my...
Criminal Causing Injury by Intoxicated Use of a Motor Vehicle amended to simple Operating While Intoxicated (1st). This reduction eliminated a criminal conviction, a mandatory jail sentence, and probation. The passenger in my...
My client was charged with operating under the influence. He had an alcohol level of .081 and .079. Through investigation, trial preparation, and negotiation with the prosecution, the charge of operating while under the...
Felony Homicide by Intoxicated Use of a Motor Vehicle in Oconto was not charged against my client, even though prosecution expert testimony could establish the alcohol content at the time of the driving was above .08.
Prostitution charges against two clients, arrested one after the other in Milwaukee, were dismissed after each client was found not guilty at separate jury trials because the jury agreed the police unlawfully enticed each client...
Felony Operating While Intoxicated (5th) in Milwaukee dismissed by the judge because my client, although crashing into a Marquette University parking lot fence, was not on property “open to the public” required for conviction.
Felony Child Abuse: My client in Milwaukee was found not guilty after trial. The law permits a parent to use reasonable physical punishment and the jury agreed the physical punishment was not excessive.
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The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has ruled that a failure to appear in court as ordered by a judge on a charge of operating while intoxicated resulting in a warrant issued by a judge for the offender’s arrest is, in fact, a ...
In an effort to restrain judicial discretion, the legislature has created a number of mandatory minimum prison sentences upon conviction for certain felony offenses. Sex offenses, particularly against children, have a mandatory ...