June 2017 Archives

Wisconsin traffic stop leads to charges of drug crimes

Travel plans don't always go as expected, as many Wisconsin residents can attest. Unforeseen circumstances often arise that delay one's arrival to a particular destination. For two people from Green Bay, their delay involved a traffic stop that resulted in both of them facing charges for drug crimes.

Can drug charges affect my custody privileges?

Receiving drug possession charges can wreak havoc on your life in many ways, so it is always wise to use every tool you have to fight the charges. Here in Milwaukee, law enforcement takes drug possession very seriously, so even a relatively small charge can still carry heavy, life altering consequences.

Two people in Wisconsin facing serious charges for drug crimes

A recent Monday morning was anything but peaceful for a man and woman who live together in Wisconsin. At approximately 10 a.m., police came to their home and began searching for drugs. They brought along a K-9 unit to help them. The incident resulted in both adults facing charges for drug crimes.

WisDOT: May 2017 was second safest on record post-WWII

As we've made clear in recent posts, we are entering an especially dangerous time of the year in terms of motor vehicle accidents, as there are simply more people on the road at all hours of the day owing to everything from vacations and spring break to favorable weather conditions.

How Your Miranda Rights Protect You

Today marks the 51st anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision, Miranda v. Arizona. 384 U.S. 436 (1966). This case is significant because it recognizes the duty of law enforcement officers to inform a person of their 5th Amendment rights. As a result of this case, Miranda warnings, as they have become known, are now a key component in protecting your 5th Amendment rights to remain silent and be represented by an attorney during questioning.

Gun violence: When using a gun is legal

Gun violence is some of the most dangerous because of the weapons being used. A single shot has the potential to kill, putting others' lives at risk. Normally, there is no good reason to use a weapon against another person.

How parents can keep their teen drivers safe during the '100 deadliest days'

While the phrase "100 deadliest days" might conjure up images of some type of horror movie or science fiction novel, it actually references a very real and very disturbing phenomenon.

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