Domestic Violence Defined | Wisconsin Laws And Statutes

Domestic violence can seem a lot like a fight between two people. Often it begins as an argument or a bar fight that quickly gets out of hand. You may realize you made a mistake, but charges are already being brought against you.

At J. Kippa Law, LLC, lead attorney Jeffrey Kippa will fight to defend your freedom in domestic violence situations. With over 30 years of experience working with prosecutors, the team of J. Kippa Law, LLC will keep your best interests at heart and work to mitigate the charges brought against you.

Wisconsin Laws And Statutes Regarding Domestic Violence

Domestic violence in Wisconsin is an intentional act of physical violence, injury, pain, illness or sexual assault that threatens someone you are close to. This can be a spouse, ex-partner, someone who lives with you or someone you have children with.

Under Wisconsin law, domestic violence acts as an enhancer of other charges brought against you. This means that a crime involving an intimate partner carries more penalties than the same crime involving someone you do not have a relationship with.

For example, domestic violence may enhance the penalties of crimes such as:

Compassionate Approach | Emergency Help For You

Questions? Read our domestic violence FAQ or contact lawyer Jeffrey Kippa and his criminal defense team today. They can address your concerns during a free consultation. They are available in an emergency — if you have been arrested, for instance — and will always litigate your case to the fullest extent that benefits you.

With an office in Appleton, Jeffrey Kippa’s defense team serves clients in the Green Bay and Oshkosh areas and throughout Wisconsin. To learn more about how he can help your case, please schedule your free, confidential consultation by calling 920-733-1100 or using the online contact form.

At J. Kippa Law, LLC, you want representation as early as possible. You will work directly with criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Kippa and his team throughout your case. Call 920-733-1100 or contact the law firm online to discuss your situation.