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Milwaukee County criminal defense attorney sexual assault

The state of Wisconsin has instituted harsh punishments for individuals convicted of sexual assault. If you have been charged with sexually assaulting someone, do not take these charges lightly. Depending on the circumstances of the alleged crime, sexual assault is punishable by up to several decades in prison. If you are accused of sexually assaulting a child, you could face a prison sentence of 40-60 years or even life imprisonment. That is why it is imperative that you seek the legal guidance of a skilled criminal defense attorney who can protect your rights and help you avoid a conviction.

Do Not Submit to a Police Interrogation Without Your Attorney Present

Most people are familiar with the phrase “you have the right to remain silent,” but do not know how profound this right actually is. The U.S. Constitution gives you the right to avoid incriminating yourself. This means that you do not have to answer police questions after you have been arrested. Police may use several different tactics during an interrogation. They may even imply that only a guilty person would choose to remain silent and decline questioning. However, the best thing you can do to avoid saying something that will be used against you during future legal proceedings is to say nothing. Calmly ask for your lawyer and refuse to submit to police interrogations until he or she is present.

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Walworth County criminal defense attorney weapons violation

In Wisconsin, most adults are legally permitted to own a firearm without requiring a special license. However, one situation in which a person can be prohibited from possessing a firearm is after a conviction for a felony offense. The consequences of illegal possession of a gun after a felony conviction can be severe, and it is important that you know how to avoid them. However, if you or someone you know is facing such charges, an experienced criminal defense attorney can build a strong case on your behalf to reduce your charges or avoid another conviction altogether.

Consequences of Illegal Possession of a Firearm in Wisconsin

You may be prohibited from possessing a gun not only if you have been convicted of a felony in Wisconsin, but also if you have been convicted of an offense in another state that would be considered a felony in Wisconsin, if you have been found not guilty of a felony due to mental illness, or if you have been issued a judgment of juvenile delinquency for an offense that is considered a felony for an adult.

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Milwaukee County criminal defense attorney OWI

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), passengers account for nearly 30 percent of fatalities in accidents involving drunk driving. While an adult may knowingly make the decision to get in a car with an intoxicated driver, children often have little choice in the matter. For this reason, OWI with a passenger under the age of 16 is a very serious offense in Wisconsin, and you should be aware of the potential consequences if you or someone you know has been arrested for this crime.

Penalties for OWI With a Child in Wisconsin

In general, the possible penalties for an OWI conviction in Wisconsin vary depending on the number of prior convictions on the offender’s record and the harm the offense has caused to other people. For example, a first offense typically results in only a fine of $150 to $300 and a revoked driver’s license for 6-9 months, whereas a fourth or subsequent offense, or one resulting in great bodily harm or death, can result in serious felony charges, with penalties that can amount to up to $100,000 in fines, up to 40 years in prison, and a revoked license for 5 years beyond the confinement sentence in the most serious cases.

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Jefferson County social security disability attorney

Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits can be a boon for employees who are no longer able to work, and under certain circumstances, they may also assist an employee’s spouse. If you and your family are in need of disability assistance, it is important for you to understand who can receive SSDI benefits and how much you may be entitled to. An experienced attorney can help you navigate the complexities of this important issue. 

Spousal Eligibility for Social Security Disability Benefits   

While SSDI benefits are primarily meant to support an employee who has contributed to the plan through payroll deductions, they can sometimes also support the employee’s family. You may be eligible for up to 50 percent of the amount of your spouse’s benefit in specific situations, including:

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Milwaukee County divorce lawyer

Getting a divorce may be one of the most difficult decisions you have to make in your life, and along with it often comes a sense of dread regarding the legal process you will have to go through. There are many issues to consider and resolve, including how you and your spouse will divide your property, assets, and debts. If you have children together, you will need to determine parental responsibilities and parenting time. A divorce may never truly be without its complications, but it is possible to make it somewhat easier using some of the strategies provided below.

Tips for a Less Stressful Divorce in Wisconsin

You may be able to manage your divorce more effectively if you have a clear idea of what you need, how to achieve it, and who can best help you throughout the process. Here are some tips to consider:

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