Defense Against Criminal Prosecution
Serious defense for charges ranging from drunk driving charges, sexual assault to appealing a criminal conviction at bench and jury trials.
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Seasoned Criminal Defense
Are You Facing Charges For Suspicion Of Drunk Driving?
If you are convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) by drugs or alcohol in Wisconsin, you could be facing steep fines, surcharges and a driver’s license revocation for up to nine months. This is for a first offense with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher. If you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you could be sanctioned with a one-year CDL disqualification.
If you are convicted for refusing a chemical test, your driver’s license could be revoked for one year. If you cause injuries while OWI, in addition to steep fines and up to two years license revocation, you could be facing incarceration for up to one year. If your driver’s license is revoked, you may apply and pay a fee for an occupational license so you can at least drive to and from work or school. OWI convictions will also result in six demerit points added to your driving record in Wisconsin.
The penalties are staggering for convictions of second offenses and higher. Whether it is your first time or fifth time, call AJ Attorney, The Law Office of Anthony Jurek, as soon as you are able to after an arrest at 608-975-5595 for a free phone consultation.
Filing An Appeal For A Conviction Is Complex
If you are convicted of a crime, there is a limited time to seek relief after a conviction from the court. The timeframes for meeting deadlines may fluctuate slightly, however it is not a process for the inexperienced. Filing an appeal for a conviction must be done according to a strict procedure otherwise you could lose the right to do so.
Anthony Jurek has successfully argued — and won — cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. He has won both new trials for the wrongfully convicted and post-conviction dismissal of charges with prejudice. While he does not guarantee results for his clients based on this background, attorney Jurek applies these skills to each case he accepts.
Fighting Criminal Prosecution And Criminal Convictions
Justice is not served if you are convicted but are innocent of the charges brought against you. Nor is justice served if you are guilty but were convicted through a series of unfair proceedings.
The primary focus at AJ Attorney, The Law Office of Anthony Jurek, is defending clients from criminal prosecution, including appealing criminal conviction. Whether this is achieving dismissal of the filed charges before a trial or at trial, seeking diversion programs, reducing penalties or acquittal, Anthony Jurek will help you navigate through the criminal justice system to bring about the optimal result.
An Attorney Who Cares
Anthony Jurek is licensed to practice in Wisconsin state courts and the Western District of Wisconsin federal court.