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WHAT CHARGES DO WE FIGHT IN OZAUKEE COUNTY?

The criminal defense attorneys at Meyer Van Severen, S.C. represent individuals facing all criminal charges.  Whether you’re facing a sexual assault charge, a homicide charge, or something more mitigated like a domestic violence charge or disorderly conduct charge, we can help.  We fight for clients facing all criminal charges.

OZAUKEE COUNTY DRUNK DRIVING CHARGES

Not all criminal defense attorneys adequately defend drunk driving charges. We do. No matter whether it’s your first offense or your tenth, we aggressively fight for individuals charged with OWI and DUI. This includes filing various pre-trial motions, plea negotiation, and potential trial.

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WHAT TO EXPECT

Understand the criminal procedure.

Know what you’re up against and what to expect when you or a loved one is charged with a crime.

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THE BEST DRUNK DRIVING DEFENSE ATTORNEYS

Drunk driving cases in Wisconsin are serious.  Although your first offense usually does not carry any kind of incarceration, it’s important to fight your charges from the very beginning.  A first-offense drunk driving charge sticks with you for the rest of your life.  And it certainly counts on your record.

Subsequent drunk driving charges are even more important to defend.  Starting with a second offense OWI, convictions lead to time in jail.  And once you hit a fourth offense, it’s a felony.  The fact that your first offense was simply a ticket hurts you more when you get to these offenses.  Judges see your “free chance” as more of a reason to punish you later on.

At Meyer Van Severen, our criminal defense attorneys are always on top of changes in drunk driving, OWI, DUI, and PAC law.  Whether you were illegally stopped by police, illegally arrested after incorrect standardized field sobriety tests, or subject to some other unjust procedure, we’re here to help.  Our criminal defense attorneys are some of the best in Wisconsin, and are here to help you.

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OUR CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS FIGHT CHARGES THROUGHOUT WISCONSIN

Our criminal defense attorneys are constantly recognized throughout the state as experts in this field.  Whether you’re in need of a sexual assault defense attorney, a drunk driving defense attorney, or a drug defense attorney, we have your back.  100% of our representation focuses on defending individuals accused of violating the laws in Wisconsin.  If you’re looking for a specialist, our criminal defense attorneys are certainly a match.

And like our 100% focus on criminal defense, we defend individuals in 100% of Wisconsin.  Our practice is focused in southeastern Wisconsin, but we regularly travel throughout the state defending individuals charged with crimes.

We win criminal cases.  Call us today.  Let’s start fighting your case together.

WHAT HAPPENS IN COURT?

Criminal cases can be complex and confusing. At Meyer Van Severen, S.C. we’re dedicated to making the process work well for you. Criminal defense attorney Matthew R. Meyer explains criminal procedure:

AREAS OF PRACTICE

An OWI arrest

Can I request an alternative to a blood draw after an OWI stop?

What happens when I violate implied consent laws? If the driver refuses an evidentiary blood, breath, or urine test, certain administrative penalties apply.  If prosecutors prove the refusal (or if the challenge timeframe passes) the Department of Motor Vehicles revokes the driver’s license for 12 months.  Additional requirements include an ignition interlock device, a substance…

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Certain refusals can’t count as penalty enhancers

Implied consent – what is it? Section 343.305(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes indicates that: Any person who is on duty time with respect to a commercial motor vehicle or drives or operates a motor vehicle upon a public highway … is deemed to have given consent to one or more tests of his or her…

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Going “armed while intoxicated” not protected by Second Amendment

State v. Mitchell L. Christen – SCOW considers going armed while intoxicated and the Second Amendment Defendant Christen, his roommates, and his roommates friends were drinking alcohol on February 2, 2018.  At one point a confrontation occurred and Christen armed himself.  Testimony about where Christen pointed the firearm differed, but everyone agreed that he possessed…

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