In need of Waukesha County criminal defense? Waukesha County can be a scary place for individuals accused of crimes. Simple possession of certain drugs can mean a prison sentence. In Waukesha County, it often does. Defending your criminal case is of the utmost importance to criminal defense attorneys Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin T. Van Severen. Our defense lawyers will dig through your case and ferret out any defenses you may have. If you need Waukesha County criminal defense, our criminal defense firm could could help you.
A large percentage of cases charged in Waukesha County deal with drugs. Our defense lawyers are familiar with the issues involved in drug cases. If the police illegally stopped you, searched you, or searched your property based on a faulty search warrant, hiring an attorney who can spot the issues is of utmost importance.
In a recent case, Attorney Meyer was able to persuade a Waukesha County prosecutor to dismiss domestic violence charges against his client. The client simply saw a counselor for a few sessions, committed no new crimes for a few months, and the case was dismissed. That client was not convicted of domestic violence, and still maintains the right to lawfully possess firearms. Depending on your record, this could be the result of your domestic violence case.
Attorney Meyer was able to negotiate probation for an individual convicted of delivering heroin. With a short amount of condition time, a maintaining a drug trafficking place count was dismissed. The State originally wanted to send this client to prison, but with Attorney Meyer’s hard work the client paid off. He only sat a short time in jail with release for work. This case, like many others, was one in which Attorney Meyer filed motions challenging the constitutionality of police actions.
Attorney Benjamin Van Severen regularly wins jury trials. He’s not afraid to file motions challenging illegal police action. Van Severen wants to win your case.
Criminal defense lawyers Meyer and Van Severen provide Waukesha County criminal defense. Our attorneys answer the phone 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Call our defense firm at (414) 270-0202 for a free consultation. If you’d like to hire a Milwaukee criminal defense attorney for your Waukesha case, our criminal lawyers can help you.