If you are divorced, with primary placement of your minor children, and if your ex-spouse has periods of placement (visitation), a move out of state may seem like it is out of the question. However, there is a procedure that may be followed if such a move becomes necessary . . . . . [MORE]
Attorney Jeffrey W. Jensen has defended in excess of two hundred charges of operating under the influence of alcohol before juries. In this informative article attorney Jensen explains the key attributes of a OWI case that is likely to be successfully defended before a jury . . . . [MORE]
"Voir dire" is the process of selecting a jury in a trial. See, Sec. 805.08, Wis. Stats. Procedurally, the court summons a number of persons from the community to court. In Milwaukee County the random process is accomplished by using drivers license records. The group of people that reports to the court is collectively called the jury panel and its individual members ............ [MORE]
Milwaukee criminal defense attorney Jeffrey W. Jensen, of the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Jensen, a Milwaukee law firm with offices located at 111 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1925, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has represented persons throughout the State of Wisconsin. If you will face felony charges in either state court or in federal court you should call 414.671.9484. Attorney Jensen regularly appears in Milwaukee County (Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer), Waukesha County (Waukesha criminal defense lawyer, Brookfield criminal defense lawyer), Washington County (West Bend and Germantown criminal defense lawyer), Racine County (Racine criminal defense lawyer), Kenosha County (Kenosha criminal defense lawyer), Brown County (Green Bay criminal defense lawyer), Fond du Lac County (Fond du Lac criminal defense lawyer), and Winnebago County (Oshkosh criminal defense lawyer)
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