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    The County Courthouse

    Typically this is where most, if not all county business is done or administered.  In addition, this is where the county courtrooms, district attorneys offices and other offices are located.  All criminal and civil cases, at the fact-finding level, are heard and decided:

    Chippewa County Court System:                                            https://www.co.chippewa.wi.us/government/clerk-of-courts

    The County Sheriff's Department

    Every county has a law enforcement agency that enforces the law within its boundaries.  The county sheriffs departments enforce the law and county district attorneys prosecute those cases referred to them by sheriff’s deputies.

    Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department:                            https://www.co.chippewa.wi.us/government/sheriff

    The City Police Department

    Each city or town has their own police department or law enforcement agency.  Police officers enforce city laws and most times are the same laws that are enforce in the county.  When a city police officer arrests someone regarding a county offense, the case gets referred to the county district attorney’s office.  When a county sheriff’s deputy arrests a person for a city ordinance violation, the case gets referred to the city prosecuting attorney.

     

    Chippewa Falls  City Police:                                                                https://www.chippewafalls-wi.gov/your-government/police-department

    Department of Motor Vehicles

    A criminal or OWI/DUI conviction will have an important impact on your life and in more ways than you think. After an arrest your driver’s license may be suspended by the DMV well before you see the inside of a courtroom.
    Wisconsin Dept of Motor Vehicles:                                           https://wisconsindot.gov/pages/online-srvcs/external/dmv.aspx
    Chippewa Falls Dept of Motor Vehicles:                                   https://trust.dot.state.wi.us/cscfinder/cityCountySearch.do?county=Chippewa
    Mark Mullen

    Mark R. Mullen

    Managing Partner – Business Operations

    Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin

    OWI Defense
    Email: mark.mullen@msa-attorneys.com
    Mobile: (715) 828-4780

    Attorney Mark Mullen spends most of his time managing Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. He uses his business education along with extensive knowledge of everyday law firm operations combined with 10 years courtroom experience to insure attorneys with the firm provide quality legal representation. In addition, he believes and strives to insure successful attorneys start with an organized office environment with highly trained and experienced staff providing attorneys to have only one issue on their minds: winning the case.

    Scott S. Schlough

    Scott S. Schlough

    Managing Partner – Legal Services

    Menomonie, Wisconsin

    Criminal Defense & OWI Defense
    Email: scott.schlough@msa-attorneys.com
    Mobile: (715) 821-1287

    Attorney Schlough attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where he studied Political Science and Communications. He also had to opportunity to complete two internships in the Minnesota government, first with the Minnesota House of Representatives and then with former Governor Tim Pawlenty. After completing his bachelor’s degree, he immediately enrolled in law school at William Mitchell College of Law. While at William Mitchell, Attorney Schlough was active in the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity and was also president of the Ski and Snowboard club at William Mitchell. He is licensed in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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    Sawan Talwar

    Practicing Attorney – Legal Services

    Eau Claire, Wisconsin

    Criminal Defense & OWI Defense
    Email: sawan.talwar@msa-attorneys.com
    Mobile: 715-497-8391

    Sawan attended the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, where he received a bachelor’s degree in microbiology. After spending time in the workforce, he later attended Minnesota State University, Mankato, where he received a master’s degree in biology. Coming from a science-heavy background, Sawan found his calling in criminal defense, by being able to combine his past experiences with the legal field. While in law school, Sawan spent a portion of his time getting practicable, real-world experience. At the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Sawan participated in the Misdemeanor Defense Externship, being place in Hennepin County. Additionally, he participated in the Law School’s Trademark Clinic and Compliance Externship. He also participated in serval clubs and was a part of a mentorship program for younger students. Outside of the Law School, Sawan was a law clerk for a criminal defense firm in Bloomington, MN before joining Mullen, Schlough, & Associates, S.C.

    Sawan believes that helping the client understand the legal process and education is at the forefront of effective defense. He understands that while some people have been through the system before, others have not and providing guidance is the first step for building trust.

    Alcohol & Other Drugs Counseling

    Many times the Department of Motor Vernicles and/or State & City prosecutors along with the judges requires some sort of successful completion of a course to complete the matter. Listed below are some businesses that provide Alcohol & Other Drug counseling services.

    L E Phillips Libertas Center:                                http://www.libertascenter.org/

    Chippewa Falls, WI Inpatient Treatment Center:           https://recovery.org/drug-alcohol-rehab/chippewa-falls-wi/

    Our Prices & Payment Plans

    Criminal Defense

    Felonies

    Starting at $6000
    Half Required Down Before We Start
    Criminal Defense

    Misdemeanors

    Starting at $4500
    Half Required Down Before We Start
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    OWI/DUI Defense

    1st to 3rd

    Starting at $4500
    Half Required Down Before We Start
    OWI/DUI Defense

    4th+

    Starting at $6000
    Half Required Down Before We Start

     

    Probation & Parole

    In many sentences of criminal cases, there is a period of probation in misdemeanor cases or extended supervision (the modern term for parole) in felony cases after any time ordered for jail or prison incarceration.  This is ordered by judges to address the underlying cause behind the criminal act.  The theory is, once the accused can deal with the underlying issue in a more responsible manner, the defendant, victim and society will be better off.

     

    Chippewa County Probation & Parole:                                                      https://nebula.wsimg.com/3a8b6eb074ef214f734585e3b57fc0f6?AccessKeyId=78C509F4D2BD4182B80F&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

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    Taylor County vs. Citizen Accused of Multiple First Degree Sexual Assault and Armed Robbery A client had been charged with multiple felony counts that could have led to over 150 years of imprisonment. The attorneys at Mullen, Schlough & Associates SC were able to investigate the matter and show that law enforcement did not properly investigate and jumped to conclusions based upon faulty voice recognition. Testimony elicited on cross examination of the alleged victim indicated a large number of inconsistencies and reasonable doubt lead to acquittal. ***Not Guilty Prosecutors Motion To Dismiss***
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    Clark County vs. Citizen Accused of Repeated Sexual Assault of a Child The client was accused of multiple sexual contacts with a child under age 13. After researchingthe alleged timeline of the alleged assaults, and extensive investigation by the Firm, the endresult was a two-pronged attack - rationale for the child to not be disclosing the truth and also the fact that it could be shown, uncontrovertibly, that on at least 3 of the alleged occasions itcould not have happened at all. Mullen, Schlough & Associates SC's aggressive treatment of the case was a key contributor to the acquittal. ***Not Guilty Jury Verdict***
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    Eau Claire County vs. Domestic Disorderly Conduct and Domestic Battery Attorney Mullen showed the prosecution, due to the nature of relationships among all parties involved, such a case would be fruitless for the State to try to win at trial. Such cases were dismissed entirely due to Attorney Mullen and various prosecutors experience in such areas. ***Case Dismissed Upon Defense Motion)***

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