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Archive: Criminal Law

Happy New Year! As we start 2019, it’s important to look at years past and learn from how we have made a difference. We had the opportunity to assist on a case from the Wisconsin Innocence Project in 2017. The case resulted in a dismissal after 20 years. Read about the result At the Wisconsin...

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On March 28, 2018, Governor Scott Walker signed SB 135 into law. Under SB 135 a person who has been convicted of 4 or more offenses of Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) shall face a lifetime revocation of their driving privileges. Additionally, convictions for homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle, or homicide by negligent...

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In keeping with the tradition of the past few years, we are ending the year with a blog post reflecting on the previous year. 2017 continued to be full of many great experiences for our firm. We added additional staff to our Racine, WI office and our support team while continuing to achieve great results...

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As we near the end of 2016, it is a good time to look back on the past year and reflect. 2016 was filled with lots of exciting things for our firm, including building our team, moving to a new office and most importantly, achieving great results for our clients. We handled a wide variety...

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Part Two: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions In our last post we discussed the impact that a criminal conviction can have on employment opportunities. This post carries the same theme as the last post, in that there are often civil consequences beyond the consequence of the criminal conviction and accompanying penalties. One area that people...

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Often when a person is charged with a crime they are filled with anxiety and concern about what is going to happen in the near term, civil consequences also need to be considered in the long-term. One of the questions that we are most often asked is “am I going to go to jail?”, and...

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