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Criminal Trial Process

Fighting against drug crime allegations can appear to be overwhelming and at times hopeless. Defendants may hear about the evidence collected against them and believe that they do not have a chance to stand up against the state's case against them. However, defendants should understand that the quantity of evidence does not mean the evidence is valid or there aren't any defense options available.

At the Bucher Law Group, LLC, our experienced legal team knows how prosecutors think. We anticipate their actions, which allow us to construct a strong and effective criminal defense strategy. Our goal is to meet the needs and interests of our clients, and, we are therefore dedicated to serving individuals in the Lake County area accused of drug crimes navigate the defense process.Whether you are facing a misdemeanor or felony drug charge, we have the skills and knowledge to guide you through the defense process. We understand that not all evidence collected against our clients can hold up in court. If authorities conducted an unlawful search and seizure, for example, it is possible to use that information to suppress evidence. Ultimately, if evidence is suppressed, a defendant may be able to obtain reduced or dismissed charges.

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Criminal Trial Process

Being accused of a crime is anything but an easy circumstance to face. While some residents in Wisconsin feel as is they have no option but to accept their fate, criminal defendants should be fully aware of their legal options. Asserting a defense, no matter how severe the charge or how many charges one faces, is always an option. Thus, it is important to understand the criminal defense strategies available.

While spending time in a courtroom is anything but appealing, it is an atmosphere that could grant a defendant freedom or access to lesser charges. Therefore, it is imperative to consider going to trial and to understand the procedure he or she is about to embark on.

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Milwaukee warrant sweep leads to several arrests

Milwaukee police, joined by federal law enforcement officers, conducted a series of raids in a part of Milwaukee that is known for drug offenses and violent crime. Caught up in the ensuing arrests and searches were some people who were connected to a shooting that left two minors hurt.

Police claim to have arrested 16 residents and have taken $4,000 cash as well as several firearms. Police also located some illegal drugs, cocaine and marijuana, during the raids. The police said most of the charges were related to weapons violations and drug crimes.

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Bucher Law Group, LLC - Blog Post

No one expects to face criminal charges. Thus, when individuals in Wisconsin and elsewhere are faced with a crime, he or she is not prepared for the criminal defense process. Nonetheless, defendants should not let the opportunity to defend their rights and possibly beat any criminal allegations pass them by. Initiating a strong criminal defense begins by taking immediate action. From the moment of accusation, defendants can begin the process of proving their innocence.

The criminal defense process is not an action that defendants have to complete alone. It can be an overwhelming and emotional time, causing some defendants to become rather confused and vulnerable. At Bucher Law Group, LLC, we understand that many thoughts and concerns are rushing through the minds of criminal defendants. Thus, we are dedicated to helping individuals in the Delafield area understand their circumstances and navigate the criminal defense process.

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Bucher Law Group, LLC - Blog Post

Facing a criminal charge can be an overwhelming experience. It can be difficult to process everything that is going on, and many thoughts and concerns run through the accused's mind. How serious is the charge? What evidence can be used against me? What penalties could I face? Are there any other consequences I could be hit with for having a criminal conviction? These are all normal question to face. However, many defendants in Wisconsin and elsewhere do not always focus on the last question and how a conviction could mean more than facing the penalties associated with the crime.

What are collateral consequences following a criminal conviction? To begin, it should be noted that collateral consequences are different from social consequences. Social consequences include things like losing a job and living with the social stigma of being convicted of that particular crime. In simple terms, a collateral consequence is any consequence that is a result of the sentence faced by a particular offender. In the United States, collateral consequences include the loss of or the restriction of professional licensures, the ineligibility for public funds, which includes welfare benefits and student loans, the loss of voting rights, the inability to serve on a jury, and even deportation if the convict is an immigrant.

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