The Benefits of Legal Representation IN AN OWI DUI INJURY CASE
Effective Courtroom Representation
Every word spoken by you and your lawyer, the prosecutor, and witnesses is critical. Attorneys Andrew Mishlove and Lauren Stuckert can ensure that your story is presented accurately while providing an aggressive and compelling defense before a judge or jury.
Expertly Telling Your Side of the Story
The government has a simple story that they will emphasize, that you were impaired by alcohol or drugs and that you hurt somebody. That may or may not actually be true. In every case, however, there is more to the story. The most skilled lawyers are experts in listening to you and in telling your side of the story. Attorneys Andrew Mishlove and Lauren Stuckert can ensure that your story is presented powerfully and persuasively, while providing an aggressive and compelling defense before a judge or jury.
Protection of Your Rights
The United States Constitution and the Wisconsin Constitution guarantee that every citizen has certain rights, including the right to know the exact accusation, the right to obtain ALL of the evidence, the right to remain silent, the right to speak, the right to an effective lawyer, the right to be presumed innocent, the right to have the case decided by a jury, the right to call witness, and the right to confront the government’s witnesses. The right to be treated to be treated fairly is called DUE PROCESS OF LAW. However, after someone is injured in an auto accident, the police and other parties may play upon feelings of guilt and fear to manipulate you into giving up your rights. It’s important to get an expert lawyer involved at the earliest stage to make sure that critical evidence is preserved, and to ensure that your rights are protected.
Thorough Evidence Review
In a drunk or drugged driving case, and especially one involving injuries, every detail of the accident is significant. Our attorneys will review every aspect of the accident, including the cause of the crash, the administration of field sobriety tests, the way that blood or breath evidence was obtained, the handling of evidence by the police, and all of the details of the crime laboratory work, to gather support for reduced or dropped charges.