Public opinion and Wisconsin criminal law are often in harmony. A recent homicide in Kenosha that involves the actions of a sex trafficking victim has replaced that harmony with a large fault line.
If you are an immigrant residing in Wisconsin, you should know how your criminal record can affect your immigration proceedings. There are many technical ins and outs of how the law works and which convictions may result in deportation. Wisconsin criminal defense attorneys will be able to help you decode this legal jargon and potentially even avoid conviction. Wisconsin criminal defense lawyers will also help advise you during your case, informing you of your rights and any courses of action you can take to avoid deportation. Without a skilled lawyer, you will be left to navigate the legal system without an experienced guide on the different types of crime that may warrant your deportation.
The National Trial Lawyers Announces Nicole Muller as One of Its Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin
The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that Nicole Muller of Birdsall Obear & Associates LLC has been selected for inclusion into its Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the field. Membership in this exclusive organization is by invitation only and is limited to the top 40 attorneys in each state or region who have demonstrated excellence and have achieved outstanding results in their careers in either civil plaintiff or criminal defense law.
Although several states allow marijuana for medical or recreational use, the federal government’s marijuana ban conflicts with the states’ laws. Currently, marijuana is classified as a Substance 1 controlled substance under federal law.
The George Floyd case stunned the country, led to nationwide protests and resulted in the rare conviction of a police officer. Had the fatal arrest not been recorded, there is a small chance that the case outcome would have been the same. The video evidence allowed the country to view the situation with their own eyes, as an alternative to listening to a police officer’s account. In cases where video evidence is not present, police officers are typically not convicted.