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Criminal Defense Attorney Brookfield Waukesha County, Wisconsin

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As an award-winning DUI law firm in Brookfield, Grieve Law is well known and respected for defense work in getting Wisconsin DWI/OWI and possession charges reduced or entirely dropped. From a first DUI to a 10th DUI, or even a CDL DUI, Grieve gives you the best chance at beating life-altering consequences. Our Brookfield drunk driving lawyers utilize a nuanced understanding of Wisconsin DWI laws and loopholes.

You are only guilty if you are convicted™

If you or a loved one recently got a DUI in Brookfield or elsewhere in southeast Wisconsin, the time you have to retain the best DUI defense is ticking away. The sooner you meet with our DUI attorney, the more time we’ll have to spend on your case before the first court date, giving you an even greater chance of beating the charges.

Brookfield criminal defense lawyers
Where to Go for Court & Brookfield Police Department: 2100 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI, 53005
 
Our Brookfield criminal defense attorneys guide you every step of the way, from citation to trial. At our Brookfield criminal defense firm, we assist you in all interactions with the police and prosecution, both in and out of court. 
 
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Choosing the least expensive lawyer is almost never the best plan of action, and you risk it ultimately costing you more when it's all said and done. At Grieve Law, our Brookfield criminal defense firm offers payment plans to ensure you can afford the absolute best defense possible, and avoid your misdemeanor or felony penalties. 
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In Brookfield, Wisconsin, how long does a battery charge stay on your record?

Even if a Glendale, Wisconsin, resident avoids penalties of up to $10,000 and a 9 month prison term, a charge of battery could be difficult to get off their record, which likely would be listed for life.Brookfield

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