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Criminal Defense

Wisconsin Criminal Defense Attorney

Attorney Mike Rudolph handles all different types of Criminal Defense and with more than 30 years of experience in DUI and traffic law, and criminal defense, you can count on Mike Rudolph to guide and properly inform you throughout the entire legal process, from the initial consultation to the judgment or settlement. If you are facing criminal charges, call Attorney Rudolph to learn why you aren't going to jail today.


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Please feel free to contact Attorney Rudolph directly at 920-730-8533 with any legal questions or to schedule a consultation. If you prefer to be contacted by us, fill out the online form and we will get back to you promptly.

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Results

Attorney Mike Rudolph’s 31 years of experience, presence in the courtroom and proven track record are exactly what his clients look for when selecting an attorney for Criminal & Drunk Driving Defense.


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Have you been arrested for a Criminal Offense?

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Wisconsin
Theft Laws

Under Wisconsin law, theft is a property crime. A theft occurs when a person intentionally and knowingly takes and carries away the property of another without consent.



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embezzlement
laws

Embezzlement is a theft crime. A theft crime is codified under Wisconsin law as a crime against property. Embezzlement is a frequently-charged crime in Wisconsin.



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Forgery
laws

Arrested for forgery? Wisconsin Forgery Utterance Laws and sentences






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Fraud
Defense

To learn why you aren't going to jail today, please call (920-730-8533) Attorney Mike Rudolph right away.





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Wisconsin
Robbery Law

A robbery is theft by the use or threat of force. The property owner need not have lawful possession of the property for the crime to be considered a robbery.



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Wisconsin
Burglary

Under common law, burglary was the breaking and entering into the dwelling of another at night with intent to commit a Felony therein. Wisconsin Statute 943.10 has expanded upon that definition.


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Felon In
Possession

Under Wisconsin law, it is unlawful for a felon to possess a firearm or for another person to provide a firearm to a felon.





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Felony
Murder

Felony murder is murder committed during the attempt or commission of a Felony.






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Reckless
Homicide

Under Wisconsin law, reckless homicide may be charged in the first degree (First Degree Reckless Homicide) or the second degree (Second Degree Reckless Homicide).



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Negligent
Homicide

Negligent homicide is defined by Wisconsin law as a criminal offense that is committed by a person whose negligence is the direct cause of another person's death.



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