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Criminal Process

You've Been Charged, What Happens Next?

If you have been charged with a crime in Milwaukee County, Waukesha County, or any other county in the state of Wisconsin, it is important to understand what the criminal procedure looks like. Your case will not be done on the first court date and could even last over a year. Most court cases last between three to nine months. During that time you will have a number of court dates that can be very important to your case, and it is crucial that you understand what they are:Milwaukee Criminal Defense Attorney

  1. Initial Appearance
  2. Preliminary Hearing
  3. Further Proceedings/Status Hearing/Pre-Trial
  4. Motions
  5. Diversionary Agreements and Deferred Prosecution Agreements
  6. Jury Trial
  7. Plea 
  8. Sentencing

We help you through the entire legal process, producing powerful defenses on your behalf and winning cases for innocent defendants across Southeast Wisconsin. If you’ve been accused of a crime, don’t settle for a public defender. Rely on our team of aggressive criminal defense attorneys who represent your interests to the fullest extent of the law. We have a proven history of success, from negotiating felonies down to misdemeanors to significantly reducing fines and the outright dismissal of charges. If you’ve been charged with a crime, don’t delay in calling our Milwaukee criminal defense attorneys.

Contact the Waukesha criminal defense attorneys for a free case assessment today.