Frequently Asked Questions
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The fee for any criminal or OWI case depends on the charges and the jurisdiction. At DK Anderson, S.C. we believe in setting a reasonable fee that will ensure a proper defense. We are always happy to discuss your case and provide you with a free consultation.
We accept cash, checks, credit and debit cards. In certain circumstances we offer payment plans.
Before you make the decision to hire any attorney you need to make sure you feel comfortable and confident that they will handle your case in a professional manner. The best way to make that decision is to speak with a few different attorneys. We encourage potential clients to shop around as we are confident in what we do and the fees we charge.
One of our goals is to make sure our clients understand the process and what to expect. Any time we file something with the court, or receive paper work associated with your case we provide you with a copy. We are always happy to set up a meeting or phone call to discuss your case.
It is a common misconception that any time you are arrested law enforcement must read you your rights. They don’t. However, if law enforcement intends on interrogating you while you are in custody they must read you your Miranda rights. If you feel your rights have been violated contact us today. We can help.
We may be a little bias here at DK Anderson, S.C., but it is our belief that everyone charged with a crime needs the assistance of an experienced defense attorney. Your liberty and freedom are on the line, and the law can be complicated. You will benefit from experienced counsel.
We will be up front with you and give you straight answers to your questions. Unfortunately there are some charges that require the court to impose a jail sentence, such as an OWI 2nd and above. Of course we will do everything possible to avoid a conviction, but if a conviction is unavoidable, we will help mitigate the penalties and provide you with what you need to apply for house arrest.
The process in a criminal case can take some time. A more complicated case can take many months or more to get resolved. If you have timing issues an experienced attorney can help assist in getting the case resolved when it is most advantageous to you.
Expungement in Wisconsin refers to the removal of a conviction from the court record. There are certain parameters that must be met to make this happen such as age at the time of the offense, the type of offense, and whether or not the judge oks it at the time of sentencing. Our attorneys can assist in determining the possibility of expungment.