Protect Your Constitutional Rights
Innocent Or Not, You Deserve Wisconsin Criminal Defense Lawyers
Eisenberg Law offers over 30 years of experience as Wisconsin criminal defense lawyers. Many of our clients were unjustly accused of wrong doing they did not commit. We have successfully defended people accused of murder, assault and battery, sexual assault, computer crimes, bank robberies, drunk driving, and a host of other allegations. If you find yourself in a situation where you had some level of involvement, can and will we help you? The answer is a loud and clear “Yes!” We will work with you and mount a strong defense on your behalf.
We Stand For Your Constitutional Rights
The Constitution guarantees that every person is entitled to counsel and the right to present his or her case before a jury of his or her peers. It is important to remember that everyone, regardless of the accusations, has constitutional rights. Everyone has the right to be informed of why they are being accused. Everyone has the right for the case against them to be conducted in a manner that is procedurally correct and in compliance with the constitution. Just because a person may seem guilty, our society has established that the constitution applies to all of us. At Eisenberg Law, we will make sure you receive all the protections provided by the constitution.
When someone walks into Eisenberg Law, the criteria we use for whether to take the case does not depend on whether the person has admitted his guilt, or even whether our lawyers may think the person is guilty. Our job is to present evidence surrounding the case and plant the seed of reasonable doubt in the mind of the jury. Whether an accused might have committed the crime is not the issue. Rather, it is whether the State can prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Wisconsin Criminal Defense Lawyers Who Will Work For You
When criminal defense lawyers defend someone that they know or think might be guilty, they can and should still build a case to establish reasonable doubt. We are charged with protecting a client’s constitutional right to a fair trial.
If you are guilty of a criminal offense, you can come to Eisenberg Law with confidence that we will work to preserve your constitutional rights in matters large and small. Your attorney will work hard to develop an adequate defense for you even if the facts are not in your favor. Often, extenuating circumstances can be the basis for a defense that leads to a “not guilty” verdict.
If you or a loved one needs the services of Wisconsin criminal defense lawyers, call Eisenberg Law at 608-256-8356 to schedule a free consultation.