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St. Francis OWI Attorney Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

Grieve Law attorneys in St. Francis, Wisconsin, have experience fighting for Milwaukee County residents' rights in first-offense OWI cases. The penalties for first-offense OWI, according to state statute, could include up to 9 months license revocation, a fine $150-$300 and other potential penalties.

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Experienced Defense for DUI & Drunk Driving Charges in St. Francis

First drunk driving penalties in Wisconsin can be harsh. From extreme fines and jail time to losing your drivers’ license, criminal charges can cause long-term consequences in your life. Don’t trust your future to fee to plea lawyers who don’t get it:

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Grieve Law attorneys are known for putting up a fierce fight for your rights when you’re facing criminal charges in South Milwaukee. Our attorneys have experience including:

You want your Wisconsin OWI attorney to see your best defense options and outcomes. Our attorneys use their knowledge of drunk driving and criminal law to provide exceptional legal counsel and unbeatable litigation.

A Grieve Law OWI attorney will provide you with the best defense options and outcomes. Our award-winning attorneys use their knowledge of drunk driving and Wisconsin criminal law to provide exceptional legal counsel and unbeatable litigations at rates you can afford.

St Francis OWI attorney

Where to Go for Court: 3400 E. Howard Ave. St. Francis WI, 53235  Phone: 414-316-4315
St. Francis Police Department: 3400 E Howard Ave, St Francis, WI 53235 Phone: 414-481-2232

Award-winning St. Francis criminal defense attorneys

No one plans for the financial burden of fighting criminal charges. Settling for a cheap lawyer isn’t always your best course of action. Grieve Law offers flexible payment plans to help you afford our top criminal defense attorneys. Criminal charges can wreak havoc on your permanent record, at limit your lifetime earning potential. Making an informed decision about who you choose as your criminal defense attorney is the only way to protect your future.

Our St. Francis criminal defense attorneys guide you every step of the way, from citation to trial, interacting with the police and prosecution to fighting for your rights in court. Grieve Law attorneys are your fiercest advocates anywhere, especially:

Affordable St. Francis OWI attorneys win cases across Milwaukee County

Laws and consequences vary by county. When you’re facing charges in St. Francis, you need a criminal defense attorney with Milwaukee County experience.

Defending your rights is always our top priority. Grieve Law has helped clients save thousands of dollars in fines and penalties by reducing their charges. At our Milwaukee criminal defense firm, we also offer a free initial phone consultation for all new criminal charges in Milwaukee County.

Contact our Grieve Law St. Francis OWI attorneys for a free consultation.

 

In St. Francis, Wisconsin, how long does an OWI charge stay on your record?

Attorneys in St. Francis, Wisconsin, can help Milwaukee County residents fight OWI penalties that could reach more than $1,000 in fines and license revocation, but an OWI charge may stay on their record for life.

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Tom Grieve, the firm's managing attorney and founder, is a former state prosecutor and is not the only ex-prosecutor at the firm. We love hiring attorneys from both sides of the wall to bring as many perspectives to fight your case as aggressively as possible. The State of Wisconsin likes it when you choose the run-of-the-mill fee to plea™ lawyers who don't even know how to analyze and defend cases instead of experienced criminal attorneys:

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