Window tint is one of the most common reasons for police to stop a car as a pretext to look for evidence of other more serious offenses, especially in urban areas. Find out what the law allows, and if you could be next.
We’ve talked about how to prepare and what to expect if you get sent to jail, but how do you avoid going to jail in the first place if you’re charged with a crime, especially if your case is a difficult one, the facts aren’t on your side, you’re caught, and a guilty finding is likely? The key is having ...
If you live in Wisconsin, you probably celebrate warm weather with a few drinks or a night on the town. We at Mastantuono & Coffee hope the good weather hasn’t led to any serious charges, such as a DUI/OWI, but we also know that mistakes happen. Read on to learn how to handle a drunk driving charge.
Today on Sherwin Hughes' morning show, The Forum, on 860 AM, Craig took calls asking about police-citizen encounters. he promised listeners that he would repost this outline on the limits of warrantless actions by police.
A bill was recently introduced into the Wisconsin Legislature to expand the availability of expungement, which is the removal of certain criminal convictions from a person's record, and is available to those under 25 at the time of the offense.