Waukesha Disorderly Conduct Attorneys

Charges of disorderly conduct, battery, assault, strangulation and suffocation are commonly associated with incidents of domestic violence. If you have been charged with any of these offenses or a similar type offense, you need an aggressive and experienced disorderly conduct attorney as soon as possible. 

There is more than just the possibility of jail time, fines or probation. In Wisconsin, you could lose the right to bear arms for the rest of your life, even the right to obtain a permit for hunting. In some cases, child custody could be taken away from the accused.

More Than 40 Years of Combined Experience

Especially for first time offenders, it is critical you seek skilled criminal defense representation immediately. There are treatment options available, and you want an attorney to be able to navigate through these options as soon as possible. At Huppertz & Powers, S.C., our Waukesha disorderly conduct attorneys have more than 40 years of combined legal experience. When so much is at stake with a Wisconsin disorderly conduct or strangulation charge, you want our experience on your side. Whether a negotiated plea deal, treatment option or trial is the best strategy for your specific case, we have the knowledge and skills to effectively represent you.

Contact us today for a free initial consultation. Our Waukesha domestic assault defense attorneys are compassionate to your fears and will be there for you every step of the way.

Facing Disorderly Conduct, Domestic Assault/Battery, Strangulation or Suffocation Charges in Wisconsin?  

The seriousness of a disorderly conduct charge coinciding with domestic violence is that a conviction will be permanent on your criminal record. This will prevent you from ever purchasing a firearm and will affect your ability to gain employment. The long-term consequences here are serious.

Strangulation and suffocation charges can be found under Wisconsin Statute 940.325(1):

“Whoever intentionally impedes the normal breathing or circulation of blood by applying pressure on the throat or neck or by blocking the nose or mouth of another person is guilty of a Class H felony.”

   If charged with strangulation or suffocation you are facing a felony conviction. These are very serious allegations that require serious criminal defense. Our attorneys have extensive domestic violence and assault defense experience and will do everything possible to seek a positive outcome.  

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