Deferred Prosecution Agreement Could Be A Solution In Your Case

When you are facing criminal charges in Wisconsin, it pays to have the representation of a criminal defense attorney who understands how to secure the best possible resolution for your individual circumstances. Too often, the criminal justice system depends on cookie-cutter solutions where an individually tailored resolution would best serve justice and the needs of the involved parties.

Exceptional Criminal Defense Trial Attorney

At the Law Office of Stephen M. Govin, LLC, attorney Stephen Govin understands the need for creative solutions that will help his clients defend their rights and their futures. Some of the solutions include relying on:

  • Deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) — A Milwaukee deferred prosecution agreement attorney can work with you on this as a possible solution, which is somewhat like probation. A person pleads guilty and certain conditions are imposed. If the person is able to successfully adhere to the conditions, the charges against him or her will be reduced or dismissed.
  • Specialty courts — There are several specialty courts such as drug treatment court, alcohol treatment court and veterans court. These courts are designed to meet the needs of a particular population that benefits from having its cases heard in a court that focuses on understanding that population's circumstances and what solutions actually work for it.

Stephen Govin has extensive experience in working with these courts and in utilizing DPAs to help his clients. As an experienced Milwaukee criminal defense attorney, he focuses on securing the smartest outcome for his clients, no matter how difficult the situation.

Contact Waukesha Specialty Courts Lawyer Stephen M. Govin

When you are fighting criminal charges, you need to know that the attorney you choose has the knowledge to be able to help you. Attorney Stephen Govin is a proven criminal defense lawyer who has won many verdicts in favor of his clients. To schedule a consultation, call his office in Milwaukee at 414-395-5620. You can also email Mr. Govin to make an initial appointment.

This attorney also assists clients in nearby Waukesha and Washington and Ozaukee counties.