I take great pride in making sure I place my client's interest before my own. This... more
I take great pride in making sure I place my client's interest before my own. This philosphy includes keeping a low profile. If I am always in the newspaper or on television in an attempt to get "face time" and publicity it means that you are getting publicity. In the area of criminal defense, the less publicity you get, the less damage you will recieve to your reputation. Quiet, effective and ... view profile
Matthew Meyer practices criminal defense in Wisconsin. Meyer defends all criminal... more
Matthew Meyer practices criminal defense in Wisconsin. Meyer defends all criminal cases charged throughout the State. Whether you're charged with a drug crime, a violent crime, domestic violence, property crime, or anything else, Matt Meyer and Meyer Law Office can help. Meyer received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 2008. He received his Juris Doctor fro... view profile
For 25 years now, Mark D. Richards has focused on providing quality representation... more
For 25 years now, Mark D. Richards has focused on providing quality representation in the area of law that affects individuals the most-criminal defense. Criminal defense is a specialized area and requires someone with the experience, knowledge, and know-how to provide the best possible representation. When a person’s liberty is at stake, the stakes can be no greater. That is why the cornerston... view profile
Attorney Verhoff began his legal career as an assistant district attorney for Dane... more
Attorney Verhoff began his legal career as an assistant district attorney for Dane County. In short order, he graduated from trying misdemeanor and OWI cases to trying very complex murder, sexual assault, child abuse, and felony assault cases. Attorney Verhoff was appointed Deputy District Attorney and held that position for nearly a decade. Attorney Verhoff’s skills are recognized by h... view profile
Attorney Tom Grieve, recently named a top Wisconsin attorney by Super Lawyers ("... more
Attorney Tom Grieve, recently named a top Wisconsin attorney by Super Lawyers ("Wisconsin Rising Star" -2013, 2014), a Top Attorney in Wisconsin by Milwaukee Magazine and Madison Magzine (2013, 2014), a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Wisconsin by the National Trial Lawyers Lawyers Association, a member of the Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association, as well as the Client's Choice Awa... view profile
I have 28 years of experience in criminal defense and OWI defense. I have a passion... more
I have 28 years of experience in criminal defense and OWI defense. I have a passion defending the Constitution and people's rights. I give each person's case the individual attention that they deserve.
Defending drunk driving, traffic tickets and criminal cases. Providing quality... more
Defending drunk driving, traffic tickets and criminal cases. Providing quality representation for over 30 years for those injured in auto accidents. Michael Hayes has the highest possible rating for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability as reported by other attorneys to LexisNexis.
I grew up in Illinois, but if you're a Wisconsinite, please dont hold that against... more
I grew up in Illinois, but if you're a Wisconsinite, please dont hold that against me. I grew up on a farm, not in Chicago, and my family never helped to clog Wisconsin Interstates on summer weekends. Being a farm kid, I learned the value of hard work early on and those lessons stayed with me as I practice law. After college, I moved to Wisconsin for graduate school at the University of Wiscons... view profile
If you are suspected of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may be arrested for DUI (driving under the influence). Depending on the state, the specific crime is also called DWI (driving while intoxicated), OUI (operating under the influence), or OWI (operating while intoxicated). A DUI conviction has serious consequences (for example, losing your driving privileges); but an experienced DUI attorney can often get the charges dropped or reduced, or may be able to negotiate lesser penalties depending on your circumstances and your past history.