Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. about your Dodge County criminal case.  (414) 270-0202

Criminal defense law firm Meyer Van Severen, S.C. and its crimianl defense attorneys work on criminal cases in Dodge County, Wisconsin.  If you’ve been charged with a criminal or drunk driving case in Dodge County, we should be your next call.  Although we’re based in Milwaukee, WI, we provide defense to criminal and drunk driving cases throughout the State.

The Dodge County Circuit Court is located in Juneau, WI.  If you’ve been charged with a crime in Beaver Dam, Columbus, Fox Lake, Hartford, Horicon, Juneau, Mayville, Watertown, Waupun, Brownsville, Clyman, Hustisford, Iron Ridge, Kekoskee, Lomira, Lowell, Neosho, Randolph, Reeseville, or Theresa, your case will be heard in the circuit court.

The Dodge County District Attorney’s Office charges certain criminal offenses aggressively.  As is the case in much or rural Wisconsin, heroin and meth cases are the focus of prosecutors.  But drugs aren’t the only crimes charged in Dodge County.  Violent crimes, domestic violence, drunk driving, property crimes, and all kinds of other things are commonly charged.  Meyer Law Office defends against all criminal prosecutions.

Most attorneys in Dodge County do not practice 100% criminal and drunk driving law.  We do.  And our defense lawyers understand the issues that are involved in criminal cases.  We understand how to challenge illegal police actions.  We understand how to fight for you at a jury trial.  We’ve done those things for clients.  It’s your life that’s on the line.  Hire the best criminal defense attorney you can.

Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. for Dodge County criminal defense:

If you’re facing criminal charges in Dodge County, Milwaukee criminal defense attorney Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin T. Van Severen are ready to assist you.  Call Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202 for a free consultation.  We can begin with a discussion about your case on the phone.  At that point one of our criminal defense attorneys can schedule a consultation to discuss your case in person.