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A Guide to Credit Card Fraud Laws in Wisconsin

“Credit card fraud” is an umbrella term used to describe any number of deceitful activities one might engage in concerning credit card usage. It’s a persistent and costly problem, resulting in billions of dollars in losses to American companies each year. While Wisconsin doesn’t have any legal guidelines specifically criminalizing credit card fraud, there are numerous laws […]

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What Is the Difference Between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Degree Sexual Assault in Wisconsin?

Are you facing sexual assault accusations or charges in Wisconsin? If so, you should know that these charges vary significantly depending on the severity of the alleged offense. The more serious the charge, the harsher the possible penalties. However, remember that an accusation will not necessarily lead to a conviction, and you have the right […]

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4 Things to Know About DUI Charges in Wisconsin

As of December 31, 2021, over 777,000 Wisconsin residents with current and valid driver’s licenses have been convicted of operating while impaired at least once. Despite the frequency with which Wisconsin drivers are arrested and charged with OWI, you might still harbor misconceptions about this offense. These misunderstandings about DUI law in Wisconsin can lead […]

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Bringing Your Strongest DUI Defense in Wisconsin

The stress of facing a driving under the influence (DUI) charge – or, as it’s called in Wisconsin, an operating under the influence (OUI)  – can be overwhelming, and you may be inclined to accept the legal consequences. It’s important to remember, however, that just because you’ve been charged with DUI doesn’t mean that you […]

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“Not a Drop”: Wisconsin’s Underage OWI Law

Wisconsin’s “Not a Drop” law prohibits individuals under the age of 21 from driving after consuming any amount of alcohol. Any underage driver with a BAC of over 0.00% can be convicted of OWI. Penalties Fortunately, Wisconsin underage DUI does not typically result in jail time, but penalties can include fines and demerit points added […]

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What Does the State Need to Prove to Get an OWI Conviction?

Getting an OWI conviction is not easy for the state. They must go through numerous leaps and bounds to receive a sentence. Here at Maciolek Law Group, we are dedicated to ensuring our client’s rights are protected. We will stop at nothing to challenge the arresting officer’s reports, their training, and police procedures. The police […]

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Is There a Difference Between Homicide and Manslaughter?

You have probably heard people use the words “manslaughter” and “homicide” interchangeably, but they do not mean the same thing. These terms are very different, and people must understand the difference. Homicide Death is considered homicide when one human kills another human being. The only requirement for an act to be deemed as homicide is that […]

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