Federal Crimes Require Federal Experience

Federal crimes are a different ballgame with different procedures, stronger opponents, and harsher penalties. Not just any criminal defense attorney will do when your rights are on the line.

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Should You Fight OWI Charges?

Should you fight OWI charges? Yes. Here are three reasons why.

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Think It Can’t Happen to You? Think Again.

The potential penalties can be astronomical. Not only can the allegations themselves ruin your reputation, tear your family apart, and take away your freedom, sexual assault allegations are often based on thin evidence, or no physical evidence at all. Sometimes the only evidence in the whole case is the alleged victim’s story. We are often […]

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3 Reasons to Fight OWI Charges

Defending against OWI charges is not a fool’s errand. There are three crucial reasons to fight back when charged with OWI in Wisconsin.

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10 Year Federal Prison Sentence for Drug Trafficking

This press release tells us two things. One, federal prosecutors and the Drug Enforcement Agency would love to make an example out of you. Two, federal drug crimes come with harsh penalties. It is essential to have an experienced defense lawyer fighting for your rights if you are accused of a drug-related crime.

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What are the Penalties for an OWI?

Jail time, fines, and increased insurance rates await you if you are convicted of OWI in Wisconsin.

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The Rise and Fall of Prison Education

The 1994 crime bill decimated educational opportunities for inmates. Is the tide finally turning in the other direction? https://capitalbnews.org/pell-grants-prison-education/

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What Federal Laws Have You Broken?

There’s a good chance you’ve broken the law without even realizing it. Yale Law professor Stephen Carter estimated in 2014 that 70 percent of Americans “have committed a crime that could lead to imprisonment.”

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Lawmakers Seek Alternative to Jail for People With Mental Illness

If passed and signed into law, the bill would set aside funds for treatment alternatives and diversion programs for non-violent and low-level criminal offenses. https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/govt-and-politics/bipartisan-bill-seeks-to-foster-jail-alternatives-for-people-with-mental-illness/article_310b78c5-f9c8-5ee3-975f-14369d49441d.html

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