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Failure to withdraw from an unlawful assembly

What is failure to withdraw from an unlawful assembly? The statute certainly isn’t very helpful with this one.  Section 947.06(3) of the Wisconsin Statutes provides the law: (3) Whoever intentionally fails or refuses to withdraw from an unlawful assembly which the person knows has been ordered to disperse is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. But…

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Unauthorized use of a computerized communication system

What is unlawful use of computerized communication systems? Section 947.0125(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes describes unlawful use of a computerized communication system. All sections require the defendant act with intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten, abuse, or harass another.  The defendant then: (2) Whoever does any of the following is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor: (a)…

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Disrupting a funeral or memorial service defense

What is disrupting a funeral or memorial service? Section 947.011(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes prohibits this offense.  The law provides: (a) No person may do any of the following during a funeral or memorial service, during the 60 minutes immediately preceding the scheduled starting time of a funeral or memorial service if a starting time has…

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Criminal harassment defense

Charged in a harassment case? Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. for award-winning criminal defense at (414) 270-0202. Harassment can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony in Wisconsin.  It's important that you have a criminal defense attorney on your side, looking out for your best interests while facing any criminal conviction.  Harassment is often...CONTINUE READING

Disarming a peace officer defense

Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. to discuss your disarming a peace officer case Milwaukee criminal defense attorneys Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin Van Severen defend disarming a peace officer cases.  Disarming a peace officer is a Class H felony, carrying with it a maximum sentence of 6 years prison, a $10,000.00 fine, or both.  When facing…

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Unlawful use of telephone defense

What is unlawful use of telephone? Section 947.012 of the Wisconsin Statutes prohibits unlawful use of a telephone.  The law says: (1)  Whoever does any of the following is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor: (a) With intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten, abuse or harass, makes a telephone call and threatens to inflict injury or physical harm…

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Stalking defense

We defend stalking cases.  Call our criminal defense lawyers today. Meyer Van Severen, S.C. is a law firm focused on providing the best criminal defense. Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin T. Van Severen are criminal defense attorneys who provide stalking defense throughout Wisconsin.  Stalking is defined by section 940.32 of the Wisconsin Statutes.  Secondly, stalking…

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Carrying a concealed weapon defense

What is carrying a concealed weapon? Carrying a concealed weapon is prohibited by Section 941.23(2) of the Wisconsin Statutes.  The crime is committed when: “Any person, other than one of the following, who carries a concealed and dangerous weapon is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.”  Like all other crimes, CCW requires that the government…

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Disorderly conduct defense

Disorderly conduct defense attorneys: Meyer Van Severen, S.C. Contact a top Wisconsin criminal defense law firm for representation on this or any other criminal charge.  (414) 270-0202 Meyer Van Severen, S.C. defends disorderly conduct cases. The crime occurs when the defendant engages in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly under circumstances...CONTINUE READING

Disorderly conduct / battery / violent crime defense

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...CONTINUE READING