Criminal Defense In Milwaukee
Defending Clients From Serious Charges
Getting arrested or charged with a crime comes with serious consequences that could put your entire future at risk. Fortunately, all people are equal under the law, and everyone has the right to defend themselves in court.
If you have been accused of a crime, turn to Lee Law Firm, LLC. We will defend you and your rights.
We believe in equal justice, and our mission is to speak up for you with this belief.
What Does Criminal Defense Mean?
Criminal defense means preserving the rights of the accused under the law. Lawyers who practice criminal defense protect their clients’ constitutional rights and know and apply state statutes, case law, and the rules of criminal procedure to work in their clients’ favor.
If you are under investigation, get arrested, or need to deal with criminal charges, your defense attorney will work hard to obtain the best possible results in your case.
What Is The Difference Between Accused, Charged And Convicted?
Accusations are informal allegations that you committed a crime. Charges are formal accusations from the government, and a conviction is a court declaration that you committed the crime. Every person in the United States is innocent until proven guilty.
Unless you have been convicted of a crime, you have the right to maintain and protect your rights.
If you have been accused of a crime, contact an attorney right away. You could face accusations long before the government presses charges against you, and you can get a lawyer on your side as soon as you know allegations exist or an investigation is underway.
The sooner you contact an attorney, the stronger your criminal defense will be.
What Is The Most Common Type Of Criminal Defense?
People usually need criminal defense in Milwaukee after being accused of violent crimes or while facing drug charges, gun charges or OWI charges. At Lee Law Firm, LLC, we handle all these types of cases.
We can help you:
- Establish self-defense in violent crimes
- Justify refusing blood or breath tests in OWI cases
- Prove you were elsewhere at the time a crime was committed using an alibi
- Fight government entrapment in drug crimes
- Get your charges dismissed when law enforcement officers make mistakes
- Explain why you have drugs in your possession
- Throw out evidence that was gathered incorrectly
- Present your concealed carry permit
- Protect your Second Amendment rights
- Clarify misunderstandings
- Prove your intentions
No matter what you are facing, we can help you tell your side of the story. We will listen carefully and build a defense that works for you. If going to trial is not in your best interests, we can also help you negotiate a plea deal.
Many criminal defense cases do not go to trial. We are prepared to get your charges thrown out or reduced – or protect your innocence in court.
While we arwe personable and down-to-earth with our clients, we will not hesitate to fight for you in court.