Richfield Criminal Defense Attorneys — 5 found

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  1. Richfield Criminal Defense Attorney Daniel R Skarie

    Daniel Skarie

    Attorney Skarie is a proud member of the National College of DUI Defense, DUI Defense Lawyers Association, Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, American Bar Association,... more
    Licensed for 1 year - 60 Min Free Consultation
    AVVO
    RATING

    7.5

  2. Richfield Criminal Defense Attorney Jeremy C. Przybyla

    Jeremy Przybyla

    Client Review: I hired Jeremy as my lawyer to defend me in a chips case. He came highly recommended. He was alwa...
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    Licensed for 17 years
    AVVO
    RATING

    6.6

  3. Richfield Criminal Defense Attorney Jack A. Umpleby

    Jack Umpleby

    Germantown, WI Criminal Defense Attorney
    Licensed for 36 years - $175/hour
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    AVVO
    RATING

    6.7

  4. Richfield Criminal Defense Attorney Scott Van Klompenburg

    Scott Van Klompenburg

    Scott Van Klompenburg hails from the rural community of Alton, Iowa, which is located in the northwest corner of the state. He began his undergraduate degree at Northwestern College on... more
    Licensed for 3 years - $225-$250/hour
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    AVVO
    RATING

    6.4

  5. Richfield Criminal Defense Attorney Benjamin Wallis Lutgen

    Benjamin Lutgen

    Client Review: I have called him on many occasions where he gave me very sound advice. I highly recommend him.
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    Licensed for 6 years
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Criminal Defense

If you are suspected of a crime or charged with a violation of law, you may require the services of a criminal defense attorney to present your defense or negotiate a penalty. As different rules and procedures exist for different offenses, you should seek a criminal defense attorney who has worked on your particular type of case to provide you with the best defense. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows what information the government will need to prove your guilt. The defense attorney will also know what information you need to prove your innocence, including whether there are any legal rules justifying your actions.