OWI and Refusal cases dismissed, client was charged with OWI, successfully argued that no probable cause existed for clients arrest and case was dismissed.
Case No. 20-TR-5089&5092, Waukesha County
Mandatory Minimum Sentence Ordered on OWI-3rd offense, client was convicted of an OWI-3rd offense; the court agreed with the defense argument to place client on probation and order the mandatory minimum period of 45 days of electronic monitoring at home.
Case No. 19-CT-1367, Milwaukee County
Mandatory Minimum 5 days Jail (electronic monitoring) for OWI-2nd Offense, client was convicted of OWI-2nd offense and successfully argued for the mandatory minimum 5 day jail sentence with electronic monitoring and no probation as requested by the State.
Case No. 20-CT-96, Milwaukee County
OWI Treatment Court Ordered, client was charged in an aggravated OWI-4th offense with an accident and high BAC, successfully negotiated for the client to enter the OWI treatment court instead of a prison term, client served 55 days of Huber release and then was placed of electronic monitoring and into OWI treatment court.
Case No. 18-CF-1512, Waukesha County
OWI reduced to reckless driving citation, client was charged with OWI; after defense review of police reports revealed the arresting officer improperly conducted standardized field sobriety testing, the city attorney agreed to reduce the OWI to a reckless driving citation.
City of Delavan v. C.B.
Probation and work release for OWI-5th offense, successfully argued for probation and work release time to the court over the recommendation for a prison sentence made by the district attorney’s office, the court placed client on probation with work release after conviction for OWI-5th offense.
Case No. 18-CF-3633, Milwaukee County
Not Guilty Verdict, client was charged with operating while intoxicated, after presenting expert testimony and attacking the prosecutions witnesses at trial, the jury returned a not guilty verdict.
Case No. 17-CV-1710, Waukesha County
OWI reduced, successfully negotiated the dismissal of an OWI-1st offense and instead client pleaded to reckless driving and refusing to take chemical test, client is an Illinois resident and the reduction saved the client’s driver’s license from protracted revocation in Illinois.
Village of Fontana v. K.W.
OWI — Fifth offense case. Successfully argued for a probation disposition with a minimal work-release jail term for client.
Case No. 16-CF-379, Dodge County
OWI amended to reckless driving after successfully negotiated with the district attorney’s office and challenging the sufficiency of the evidence.
Case No. 16-TR-6031, Waukesha County
OWI amended to reckless driving after successfully negotiating with the prosecutor and challenging the sufficiency of the evidence.
Citation No. C630078-1, Wauwatosa Municipal Court
OWI dismissed due to the court granting the defenses suppression motion. Court agreed with the defense motion that the police engaged in an unconstitutional search of the defendant’s vehicle and suppressed all evidence in the case.
Village of Whitefish Bay v. PWW
OWI reduced to reckless driving through negotiation. Drafted and filed a suppression motion challenging the arrest of the defendant and the village attorney’s office agreed to reduce the OWI to a reckless driving citation given the suppression motion.
Village of Menomonee Falls v. RH
OWI dismissed through negotiations. Convinced the prosecuting attorney of proof problems and prosecutor agreed to dismissal.
Village of Walworth v. NB
OWI reduced to reckless driving. Negotiated OWI down to a reckless driving citation by convincing prosecutor of other factors besides impairment affected client’s driving.
Case No. 15-TR-2195, Milwaukee County
OWI case reduced to reckless driving after negotiations.
Citation number R646097-4, City of Franklin v. T.D.
OWI case returned to municipal court and reduced to reckless driving after negotiations.
Case Nos. 14-TR-10505 & 10506, Milwaukee County, Village of Fox Point v. C.K.
Not Guilty Verdict — Successfully argued against charges of operating while intoxicated with minor in vehicle.
Case No. 11-CT-1977, Milwaukee County, Year: 2013
Not Guilty Verdict — Litigated charges of operating with prohibited alcohol concentration with minor in vehicle and successfully defended client’s rights.
Case No. 11-CT-1977, Milwaukee County, Year: 2013
Suppression Motion Granted And Case Dismissed — Client was charged with operating while intoxicated and charges were eventually dismissed completely.
Case No. 10-TR-4494, Waukesha County, Year: 2010
Suppression Motion Granted, Case Dismissed — Client accused of operating with prohibited alcohol concentration. Litigated and had the charges dismissed.
Case No. 10-TR-4495, Waukesha County, Year: 2010
Suppression Motion Granted, Case Dismissed — Client charged with operating while intoxicated and possession of THC. Went to court and had the case dismissed.
Citation Numbers: Q474792-3, 114006125 and 114006126, City of Mequon Municipal Court, Year: 2013
Suppression Motion Granted, Case Dismissed — Client accused of operating while intoxicated and operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration. Had all charges dismissed for the client.
Case No. 04-CT-12749, Milwaukee County, Year: 2005
*It is important to note that all cases are different and the above are examples of outcomes achieved.