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Criminal Defense Attorney Mukwonago

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Experienced DUI & Drug Possession Lawyer in Mukwonago, Wisconsin

With years of award winning experience in drug possession and OWI charges, Grieve Law is a criminal defense law firm Mukwonago residents can trust. We have a team of dedicated lawyers well respected for getting criminal charges reduced or even dropped entirely. No matter the criminal charges you are facing, Grieve Law is your best chance at beating the consequences that can turn your world upside down. Fee to plea lawyers simply just don’t understand:

You are only guilty if you are convicted™

Our criminal defense attorneys in Mukwonago, Wisconsin are ready and willing to protect your rights and ensure you the most complete defense possible. If you’re facing a DUI or drug charge, you need to act now, you need Grieve Law on your team. 

Don’t waste any more time, the sooner you get in contact with us the sooner we can start working on strengthening your defense. Rest assured, Grieve Law is a law firm you can trust to have your best interests in mind.

Mukwonago criminal defense attorney

Where to Go to Court: 625 S Rochester St, Mukwonago, WI 53149

Police Station: 627 S. Rochester St, Mukwonago, WI 53149

Don't trust your life to some general practice attorney. A free, no-obligation consultation with our team of award-winning former state prosecutors for honest answers is just a call away.
Contact the criminal defense lawyer Mukwonago trusts. 

In Mukwonago, Wisconsin, how long does a strangulation charge stay on your record?

If you're convicted of a strangulation in Mukwonago, even if a judge orders an expungement after you served your 1 year in prison or other term, you likely would still see the incident on your record permanently.

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