Battery, disorderly conduct, recklessly endangering safety, violent crime charges?
Call criminal defense firm Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202 to discuss these and all criminal charges.
Disorderly conduct and battery are two of the most common misdemeanor crimes charged after fights, arguments, and violent altercations. In certain circumstances, such as when a bone, nose, or tooth is broken, the prosecutor will charge the defendant with a felony substantial battery. Another version of felony battery is called aggravated battery.
Rarely are criminal situations black and white. Often individuals are provoked, acting in self-defense, or responding out of fear. Our criminal defense lawyers will take the time to learn the facts of your case. When it comes time, we will argue the relevant facts to the judge, the jury, and the prosecutor. Our criminal attorneys believe our defense strategies are effective when facing a criminal conviction.
Criminal attorneys Meyer and Van Severen have experience defending many different violent crimes. We have won cases involving these crimes before. Whether you’re seeking dismissal of charges, reductions in charges, avoidance of jail/prison, or avoiding a criminal record, the criminal lawyers at Meyer Van Severen, S.C. will fight for your rights.
Not all criminal defense lawyers know how to protect you. We do.
Not all criminal defense attorneys can provide you with the aggressive, focused defense needed after you’ve been charged with a crime. We’ve handled thousands of criminal cases, and in each one of those cases our client faced a different issue. Some of the violent crimes we defend include:
- Disorderly conduct
- Substantial battery, aggravated battery
- Recklessly endangering safety
- Reckless injury
- Strangulation and suffocation
- False imprisonment
- Violating a temporary restraining order or injunction
- Bomb scares
- Unlawful use of a telephone
This list is not exhaustive. We specialize in defending all criminal cases. You’ll find links on the right side of this page describing each of these specific crimes.
Hire a top Wisconsin criminal defense attorney to protect your rights.
Criminal defense lawyers Matthew Meyer and Benjamin Van Severen have handled thousands of criminal cases. Many of those included one of the violent crimes listed above. In a large number of those cases, we have rendered successful results for our clients. We defend individuals seeking to prove their innocence at trial, and we defend individuals seeking to simply resolve their cases in the best possible way.
A criminal charge can change your entire life. Certainly a criminal conviction will. Don’t wait until it’s too late to hire a top Milwaukee criminal defense attorney to defend your case.
Remember, Meyer Van Severen, S.C. offers free consultations for clients facing criminal charges throughout the state. If you need the assistance of a top criminal defense attorney, give us a call at (414) 270-0202. Importantly, we answer phones 24/7.