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. Not all defense attorneys can provide you with proper defense in these situations. Criminal defense lawyers Matthew Meyer and Benjamin Van Severen have handled hundreds of cases involving disorderly conduct, battery, and violent crime. Our criminal defense attorneys have the skills to defend your disorderly conduct, battery, or violent crime case.
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.
Meyer Van Severen, S.C. offers free consultations for clients. If you’re facing a disorderly conduct, battery, violent crime, or any other crime, call our criminal defense firm at at 414-270-0202. Our experienced Milwaukee criminal defense attorneys can help guide you through the difficulties of criminal law.