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Leah has earned distinction working with Mastantuono & Coffee law by defending individuals accused of crimes in state, municipal and federal courts throughout Wisconsin.

A Personalized Approach

Leah knows that the prospect of facing any criminal charges, including OWI and traffic violations, can be a frustrating and confusing one. She also knows that each case is unique and gets to know you and your concerns from the outset in order to develop the most appropriate defense strategy.

With significant experience representing clients just like you and a commitment to communicating with you over the course of your criminal case, you’ll have a realistic picture of your case so that you can make informed decisions throughout. Leah believes that you should not have to worry about being able to talk to your lawyer.

Together, you and I will find the best defense for your case and fight for the justice you deserve.


Committing to Helping You Through the Process

Her approach is to make the process understandable and to eliminate concerns early on in the process to work towards the best possible outcome for clients. She understands the value of developing litigation and trial strategies after an initial consultation to explain to her clients how the process works from that point forward.

You should be able to communicate directly with your lawyer from the moment you’ve been accused of a crime, and Leah is accessible and personable. When you’re facing any criminal charges, it helps to know that you have an advocate who has helped others before and who will take your case seriously. When you need answers and strategy to help you navigate the complex legal system for the accused, Leah will advocate for you.

Education and Experience Where It Counts

Leah earned her law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2011 and her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice magna cum laude from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2004. She also completed certification as a paralegal over the course of her studies. She has been working with Mastantuono & Coffee since 2006 first as a paralegal and now as an associate attorney. She uses this experience and a commitment to the firm’s approach of helping each client to develop a strategy most in line with your needs.

She is dedicated to understanding the unique and challenging issues faced by those accused of crimes throughout Wisconsin. This gives them a clear understanding of what to expect and exploring all possible avenues for meaningful resolution for her clients.