It’s not hyperbole to say that a felony conviction will change your life forever. That’s why it is so crucial to have an experienced defense attorney who can limit your exposure to the criminal penalties and collateral consequences of a conviction. Follow the link to learn 5 ways a felony charge can affect your future.
What is the responsibility of the media in the age of the 24-hour news cycle and the internet? At the very least, news organizations have a responsibility to be accurate in the way they describe criminal investigations, charges, and outcomes. Failure to do so can haunt the subjects of their stories for the rest of their lives. Here is one such example featuring a Dane County man who was unfairly and inaccurately labeled by the media.
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Can the police search your property? No, with some exceptions. The police are required to obtain a search warrant to search your property, including your car, computer, backpack, purse, or wallet. They can search without a warrant if you consent to a search after a traffic stop or allow them into your home. You should never speak to the police without an attorney present, regardless of your innocence.