WISCONSIN CRIME & JUSTICE
DEFENDING PEOPLE IN THE HEARTLAND OF AMERICA
Practice Note: Representing Crime Victims
Representing people accused of crime is our practice focus, but we also represent crime victims periodically in special cases.
Presentation Materials: Criminal Procedure Cases, 2020-21 Term
Materials from Craig Mastantuono's Presentation at Marquette University Law School on 12/9/21.
Bringing Sanity and Common Sense Back to Juvenile Justice in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Governor Evers included many criminal justice reform proposals in his biannual budget, including juvenile justice reform.
I got arrested, but I wasn’t read Miranda Rights. Were my rights violated?
Getting arrested brings lots of questions. When are Miranda rights required? How do you know if your rights were violated? So my rights weren’t violated if I was arrested without having them read to me?
When protests become what the protest is marching about.
Our firm is very proud of client Frank Nitty and the hard work he brings every day to draw attention to racial inequities in the criminal justice system.
How To: Appear in Court by Zoom
Court hearings will continue to take place through Zoom where possible. Mastantuono Coffee & Thomas has conducted many of these hearings, and we have developed recommendations for anyone who needs to appear in court by Zoom.
Rent, Unemployment & Stimulus Checks During the Coronavirus
Information for Wisconsinites on Rent, Unemployment & Stimulus Payments During the Coronavirus
Wisconsin Prison Response to Coronavirus/COVID-19
Wisconsin Department of Corrections provides information and policy changes affecting inmate care during the coronavirus crisis.