In Milwaukee and elsewhere, drug charges are not taken lightly. Those convicted of drug charges, such as drug possession, could face serious penalties that may impact the lives of the accused and their families. Recently, a Milwaukee man was charged with drug possession after police say they found marijuana in his mouth.
An individual accused or convicted of a domestic violence offense can face significant challenges, ranging from scrutiny by friends and family to possible jail time and fines. Anyone facing domestic violence charges should be aware of the possible defenses, in order to create a meaningful strategic plan that may reduce possible penalties the defendant may endure. Recently, a Major League Baseball player was arrested for domestic abuse.
In Milwaukee and elsewhere, drug charges can result in significant penalties that can affect a person's life in the present and the future. A conviction on a drug charge could mean jail or prison time, fines and difficulties in seeking future employment. A Wisconsin anesthesiologist faces these possible consequences for allegedly possessing drugs.
The Fourth Amendment of the United States' Constitution is one of American's the greatest rights. It ensures that every citizen is protected from unreasonable governmental searches and seizures of homes and personal property. When a person's Fourth Amendment rights have been violated, the evidence found through the illegal search may not be used in the defendant's case. In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee police face allegations of illegal searches and seizures.
In cases in which those accused of serious crimes face mounting evidence, a meaningful strategic plan may be used as a way to obtain a lesser punishment. Sometimes, it may be to the defendant's advantage to plead guilty to an offense if he or she is offered a plea agreement that will reduce the possible penalties associated with the offense. Recently, a Milwaukee man pled guilty to Internet crime charges in court.