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The Arrest 

The first issue in any criminal case is the legality of the original encounter between the accused and the police. We need to know as many details as possible about that encounter, as even minor details can make all the difference. 
If the police did not have a 'reasonable and articulable' basis for your detention, all evidence seized must be suppressed, and the police will have no case.

The Charge 

Each charge carries a different consequence. You may be facing a simple misdemeanor or a felony which may carry up to a life sentence. It is vital that you understand the ramifications of the charges you are facing, as even a misdemeanor can have serious consequences and completely alter the course of a person's life.

The Defense 

Every criminal charge is unique. Strict procedures and laws must be followed in order for the charges to be upheld. Preparing the defense in criminal cases involves investigation of the facts (which includes discovery of the government's evidence and interviewing witnesses, etc.), researching the law and of course, discussing the case with the prosecutor. The point is, we need to get involved in the case as early as possible. 
With so much on the line, you cannot afford to chance your defense to an inexperienced attorney.

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"In the eyes of the law you are innocent until proven guilty. Criminal law requires the authorities to prove that you are in fact guilty as charged. This is why you need an attorney such as myself, who has the experience needed during this critical time. Call Now and I Will Fight For You."

Thomas P. Alberti
Criminal Defense Attorney

Attorney Alberti acquired his engineering degree (BSME) before returning to Marquette University Law School to earn his JD (cum laude). He has practiced law for over 15 years, specializing in criminal and family law, as well as small business and contract law.

Education:

  • J.D. - Marquette University Law School

Bar Admissions & Memberships:

  • State Bar of Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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Competitive Rates

Free Consultation

Payment Plans

24/7 Availability

We Will Aggressively Defend: 

  • Felonies   
  • Misdemeanors    
  • Domestic Violence
  • White Collar Crimes 
  • Drug Crimes   
  • Weapons Charges   
  • Theft Crimes
  • Traffic
  • Assault
  • Battery

Facing Criminal Charges?

Building Your Defense 

The first issue in any criminal case is the legality of the original encounter between the accused and the police. We need to know as many details as possible about that encounter, as even minor details can make all the difference. 
If the police did not have a 'reasonable and articulable' basis for your detention, all evidence seized must be suppressed, and the police will have no case.

1. The Arrest 

2. The Charge 

Each charge carries a different consequence. You may be facing a simple misdemeanor or a felony which may carry up to a life sentence. It is vital that you understand the ramifications of the charges you are facing, as even a misdemeanor can have serious consequences and completely alter the course of a person's life.

3. The Defense

Every criminal charge is unique. Strict procedures and laws must be followed in order for the charges to be upheld. Preparing the defense in criminal cases involves investigation of the facts (which includes discovery of the government's evidence and interviewing witnesses, etc.), researching the law and of course, discussing the case with the prosecutor. The point is, we need to get involved in the case as early as possible. With so much on the line, you cannot afford to chance your defense to an inexperienced attorney.

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