A former Milwaukee police officer was recently charged with rape while on duty. He, along with several other Wisconsin police officers, responded to a 911 call from a woman who said that teenagers were trying to kick down her door.
Drug charges are very serious and can result in long lasting consequences for Milwaukee area residents. There are many potential consequences for a drug crime conviction such as large fines and jail time. Those convicted of drug crimes may also have a difficult time finding housing and employment because of their criminal record. An experienced Milwaukee criminal defense attorney can provide those facing drug charges with a competent, aggressive defense which is necessary to overcome potentially life changing drug charges.
Investigators use a number of different tactics when pursuing someone accused of a crime. Sometimes investigators follow a suspect around while other times they get information on bank accounts. Another strategy involves undercover officers or agents who try to get information directly from the suspect.
An accountant who acted in the capacity of campaign treasurer for numerous political candidates has been charged with federal mail fraud based on her actions in one such campaign for a state assembly position. She was arrested by the FBI at the offices of her accounting firm.
Imagine being in the car with a friend who is driving. The two of you are on your way somewhere when the flashing lights of a patrol car appear behind you. You are unsure as to why a police officer would want to pull your friend's vehicle over. As the officer approaches, both of you are nervous.
We've seen many examples of how criminal charges can impact a person's life. A conviction can have an even greater affect on one's future, especially when it comes to college students. Even if the accusations are later deemed unfounded, the damage to a person's reputation can already be done.
Accusations of sex trafficking are serious and can lead to federal criminal charges. But recently the issue of using minors for sex trafficking has become a more public concern after 45 states across the nation allege that a particular website may be a portal for sex trafficking and internet crimes.
A 36-year-old man recently pled guilty to drug charges he received in Wisconsin. His trial took place in Eau Claire County Court where he was charged with felony cocaine delivery. He is expected to spend four years and nine months in prison for his alleged crimes.