Disorderly Conduct Crimes in Wisconsin

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Chapter 947 of the state statutes says regarding disorderly conduct crimes in Wisconsin: “Whoever, in a public or private place, engages in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct under circumstances in which the conduct tends to cause or provoke a disturbance is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor.” The chapter […]

Operating After Revocation Charges in Wisconsin

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If you are caught driving after your license has been revoked due to DUI or OWI, you may face charges of Operating After Revocation (OAR), not to be confused with Operating After Suspension, which is a lesser offense. OAR is a misdemeanor criminal charge, but there are other penalties that can result in fines, points […]

Cell Phone Searches for Suspected Criminals

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Did you know that, according to a Supreme Court ruling made a few months ago, there must be a warrant issued before a law enforcement agent can search your cell phone or electronic device? These days, cell phones and other personal electronic devices can be a vital part of an individual’s life, the primary form […]

Afterward: Expert Waukesha Lawyers Help with Appeals and Expungements

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When a trial is over and you’ve been convicted of a crime, it can be easy to despair and think that your future is bleak—but all is not lost. Hiring skilled Waukesha lawyers like those from the firm of Huppertz & Powers, S.C. can help you appeal your case to overturn your conviction. Though filing […]

The Risks of Selling Imitation Drugs in Wisconsin

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If an individual is selling imitation drugs in Southeastern Wisconsin – substances passed off as illegal drugs – he or she not only risks conviction, but retribution from those who have paid money for this scam. This happens more often than you’d think. People sell imitation drugs to gain a higher profit, as a substitute […]

A Skilled Waukesha Attorney Can Help Defend Against an OWI Conviction

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In Wisconsin, an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) charge is not something that can be taken lightly. Even if there is jail time for a first offense, you’ll still have to pay a fine that could reach up to $300 and have your license suspended from six to nine months. That’s just the tip of the […]