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Sex Crimes Accusations Nearly as Damaging as a Conviction

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | January 18, 2022

Being charged with any crime is a shocking and scary experience. However, not all criminal charges are equal in their ability to derail your personal and professional life. Being accused or charged of a sex crime like sexual assault, solicitation of a minor, possession of child pornography – let alone convicted – can do immense…
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Will Wisconsin Legalize Recreational Marijuana In 2022?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | January 17, 2022

Wisconsin is one of the states where legalization of recreational marijuana is being pursued by lawmakers in 2022. Until it is legalized – if it is legalized at all – it is important to realize that marijuana offenses can result in time behind bars, expensive fines, and a damaging criminal record. Lots of states could…
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Silence Is Golden When Suspected of Wrongdoing

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | December 20, 2021

“The situation was overwhelming, and I was only trying to get it over with. I didn’t know I would end up being charged,” he said. This case demonstrates why it is so important to exercise your right to remain silent. It is one of several in which flawed diagnoses of child abuse led to charges…
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Lawyers Caution Against Push To Change Bail System

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | December 6, 2021

Could the tragedy in Waukesha turn back the clock on bail reforms? Source: Lawyers caution against push to change bail system after Waukesha tragedy  


The Burden of Proof Is The Prosecution’s To Bear

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | November 29, 2021

Once Mr. Rittenhouse claimed that he had acted in self-defense when he shot three men, killing two, during unrest following the police shooting of a Black man in Kenosha, Wis., the onus was on the prosecution to prove otherwise. Source:


Consequences Beyond The Criminal Penalties

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | November 22, 2021

Criminal offenses can affect financial aid eligibility. Financial aid is essential for many college students; no longer being eligible to receive financial assistance could mean dropping out of college. Source: College Student Crimes  


Patience Is Not a Virtue For the Accused

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | October 14, 2021

“Only fools rush in.” “Patience is a virtue.” There is no shortage of phrases that promote the importance of being patient and letting things develop before making a rash reaction. While this is good advice on most aspects of life, being patient is the worst thing you can do if you have been accused of…
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DO I NEED A LAWYER FOR MY FIRST OWI?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | September 26, 2021

You may be tempted to pay the fines, jump through the hoops and move on with your life. That course of action can expose you to criminal charges and the collateral consequences that come with having a criminal record. Additionally, any OWI can result in the suspension of your license, mandatory alcohol assessment, and the…
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Possession With Intent to Distribute Charges in Wisconsin

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | August 19, 2021

What is a Wisconsin possession with intent to distribute charge? This drug charge arises if law enforcement asserts you intended to sell drugs that were in your possession. Penalties of a conviction vary, according to the details of your unique case. However, typical penalties may include time in prison, and heavy fines. These penalties are…
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Understanding the Distinction Between First Degree and Second Degree Homicide in Wisconsin

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC |

At any time, defendants, plaintiffs, lawyers, and other professionals in Wisconsin may need to understand the distinction between degrees of homicide in Wisconsin. The following article clarifies the distinction between first and second degree homicide to help an individual better understand the circumstances of a particular case. First Degree Murder First degree murder refers to…
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