Do The Police Have To Arrest Someone When Responding To A Domestic Violence Call? In Wisconsin, if a police officer believes that an act of domestic abuse has occurred, he or she is required by statute to make an arrest. Specifically, the officer will make an arrest if he or she believes continued abuse is […]
Can I Be Charged With An OWI If… Can I be charged with an OWI in a parking lot? Yes, you can be charged with an OWI if you are found to be driving under the influence of an intoxicant while in a private parking lot. Wisconsin Statute § 346.61 states the following: “In addition to
Increased Penalties for Drug Crimes Near a School If you are charged with a drug crime you already face potential jail time with a conviction. The length of incarceration can increase if you are charged with selling drugs near a school (within 1000 ft). Under Wis. Stat. § 961.49 the maximum term of incarceration is
Challenging A Search And Seizure An Effective Defense Starts with Challenging the Arrest Every citizen of Wisconsin enjoys protection against unreasonable search and seizures. Part of that protection is that law enforcement needs to have probable cause or a warrant to arrest you. This protection comes from both the United States (Fourth Amendment) and Wisconsin
A DUI conviction will have an effect on your CDL in Wisconsin. Our defense attorneys can help.
The answer is no. If you have a conviction for a domestic violence crime you are prohibited from possessing a firearm. This is a federal law. The federal firearm ban relates to any conviction for a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. Specifically, any misdemeanor crime that “has, as an element, the use or attempted use