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    Vehicular Manslaughter DUI

    The offense of vehicular homicide is defined generally as a a person who unintentionally, negligently, or recklessly drives a vehicle which causes the death of another by the use of that vehicle. Vehicular homicide a felony. That person commits vehicular homicide, a felony not a misdemeanor, usually gets charged during a drunk driving accident when someone’s death is the proximate cause by the drunk driver.

    The vehicular homicide felony offense, or in some states classified as a second degree homicide offense it depends on the statutes, lawyers at Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. excel in representing clients in all aspects of gross vehicular homicide or sometimes called involuntary vehicular manslaughter offenses.

    Vehicular homicide are serious felony offenses conviction cases carrying a sentence of more than five years and sometime a minimum of three years in prison and shall at minimum license suspension. You have to be found the proximate cause of the victim’s death by the judge or jury to be negligent of a vehicular homicide. The other side must prove that you committed this.

    Let us support you on a vehicular homicide charge by providing a criminal defense. The related maximum sentence can be from five years to a sentence up to a maximum of decades for those who committed this felony. An unintentional vehicular homicide, in some states classified as a second degree homicide or in some states classified as a second degree homicide, or sometimes called vehicular manslaughter offense is a serious offense that a conviction a sentence can have severe consequences for those who committed this.. Most human beings who commits such a crime are terrified at this thought.

    If charges of a aggravated vehicular homicide related offense has been filed or just plain non-aggravated vehicular homicide are in process (possibly waiting or watching for a death of a person), an experienced vehicular homicide drugs and safety defense team will be able to improve the outcome. Remember, it is easier to prevent a vehicular homicide charge from being filed than it is to receive a not guilty verdict in court once it has already been charged. The best vehicular homicide lawyers near me are the attorneys that keep your future sentence in mind.

    Although the evidence may seem substantial (like a death) against the person or defendant’s character, there are many options an attorney can use to challenge the vehicular homicide, or in some states classified as a second degree homicide, charge in crimes like these. It is important to act quickly to involve a legal professional who can properly assert and support rights and act as a knowledgeable voice inside and outside of the courtroom. Our vehicular homicide reckless negligent operation lawyers have achieved amazing results in vehicular homicide or sometimes called vehicular operation manslaughter cases during the pre-file stage as well as in the courtroom. Our vehicular homicide agents have the expertise to have vehicular homicide cases completely dismissed, or pursue a lower sentence for the client. This is what a person strives for but the situation of the victim is tantamount. Slight injury will result in probation, killing will result in prison time. The reckless manner and driver’s alcohol blood result is of note but you have to be convicted first. Let’s let the judge or jury decide a conviction involving prison before you do.

    In Wisconsin a vehicular homicide , or in some states classified as a second degree homicide offense, handled by an experienced team of drunk or drug influence vehicle driving or criminal defense attorneys such as Mullen, Schlough & Associates can result in a different conviction entirely. We can persuade the prosecution to a “lesser” offense carrying with it a much lesser sentence and much less conviction resulting in a sentence involving a misdemeanor and possibly probation and punishable by less prison.

    An example of this revised conviction would be having our client plead to one count of drunk driving violation and one count of substantial battery violation instead of one count of vehicular homicide. Even a second degree involving a vehicle homicide case capped at certain sentencing limits might be better than a vehicular homicide offense. These two offenses combined don’t carry with them the years in prison and fine maximum potential sentence exposure that one offense of vehicular homicide carries. This is a great example of how a well-seasoned experienced dui vehicular homicide defense attorney can help save the defendant’s good name.

    The old thought of, “All Criminal Attorneys Do Is Get Their Guilty Client Off.” just isn’t true and a well-seasoned vehicular homicide lawyer knows it. Don’t be convicted of the crime then realize you need help. Again let’s let the judge or jury decide that before you do.

    Appreciate The Seriousness Of The Situation And The Law!

    If a person has been arrested for the crime of vehicular homicide driving reckless with poor safety, they probably know the seriousness of the situation WHEN they find out they may have caused the death of another person referred as the victim but they might not know the finer details of the law. Don’t let your buddies influence you into being a conviction. Don’t let them convince you that, “A prior is a prior is a prior.” Often times this is not the case.

    The law says a vehicular homicide not a first degree homicide, it’s close until you’re aware of the differences a first degree homicide or first degree murder really entail. A person needs to let that sink in. A person needs to look beyond the causes of death in a vehicular homicide death of another person. The causes of death regarding operating a motor vehicle is a good sign though. Among other elements the law says first degree homicide requires intent and without the intent to kill, first degree homicide becomes a second degree charge.

    Fight The Charges and Know The Laws!

    So essentially long story short, don’t spend years in prison if you don’t have to. Walk away with a misdemeanor, traffic suspension and probation. I’ve only met one client in the 1,100ish that I’ve represented who did not mind the years in prison. In my experience as a Wisconsin OWI crime lawyer, many people believe there is no point in fighting intoxicated driving charges.

    You may think if the police have a blood-alcohol concentration measurement above the limit, they have enough proof to convict. This is not entirely true! Police officers make mistakes at work, including mistakes with gathering, evaluating and storing evidence.

    In addition when you tell them someone was taking you home the cops end up not believing you nor your designated driver. I’ve made a reputation for proving the cops wrong in a jury trial. Don’t just “buckle under” with a cop that doesn’t believe you. Let us organize your case and prove it to a jury and prove it to the judge who was operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

    They may also violate of defendants’ civil rights. There are literally thousands of vehicle driving defenses to an OWI and Drunk Operating charge in Wisconsin. Never plead guilty before calling the Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. for a free initial consultation about your case and your options. Contact us so we can go over the penalties with you and the most the crime is punishable. Don’t spend years in prison for some vehicular thing involving reckless alcohol or drugs driving violation that you didn’t do.

    Common DUI Defense Questions

    1.       What is the best way to handle a DUI Arrest?

    The first thing you should do after an arrest for DUI is contact a lawyer. If you can’t afford one, call or visit a local legal aid office. They will help you find a lawyer.

    2.       What is the best way to handle my first court appearance?

    You should go to court on the date listed on your ticket. If you don’t have a lawyer, tell the judge that you would like a reasonable amount of time to find one. The judge will probably give you a court date for about two weeks later, and may set bail. You should ask the judge to lower your bail or release you on your own recognizance (without having to pay bail) if you have not been involved in any other criminal activity.

    3.       What should I do before my first court appearance?

    Gather all of the evidence that will help your case. You should have all of your medical records and witness statements. You may also take photographs or other evidence that you think will help your case.

    4.       What happens at my first court appearance?

    You will be asked to enter your plea. Your lawyer may ask the judge for a continuance, which means that you would have to come back later on in order to plead guilty or not guilty.

    5.       What happens after I plead guilty or not guilty?

    You will be given a court date and time to return for your trial. Your lawyer may ask the judge for another continuance.

    6.       What is a jury trial?

    If you have been charged with a felony, then you will be tried by a jury of your peers. If the judge decides that it is in your best interest to have a jury trial, then you will be asked to choose six people from the jury pool who are willing to serve on your jury.

    7.       What is a bench trial?

    If you have been charged with a misdemeanor, then your case will be tried by the judge.

    8.       What do I need to bring to court?

    You should bring any witnesses who can testify on your behalf. You should bring any evidence that will help you prove your case, such as a video recording of the incident or photographs of injuries to you or others.

    9.       What happens if I’m convicted?

    You may be ordered to pay a fine, serve time in jail or prison, and/or you may be required to attend DUI school. If your license has been suspended, you will have to pay a fee for reinstatement.

    10.   What happens if I’m acquitted?

    If you are found not guilty, then the charge against you will be dismissed and your license will be reinstated after consulting with the DMV.  It isn’t automatic.

    11.   What happens if I plead guilty?

    If you plead guilty, the court will impose a sentence and you may have to pay fines, serve time in jail or prison, and/or you may be required to attend DUI school.

    12.   What happens if I’m found guilty?

    If you are convicted of a DUI, your driver’s license will be suspended for a period of time.

    13.   What are the long-term effects of a DUI?

    If you have been convicted of driving under the influence, your insurance rates will increase dramatically and you may have trouble getting insurance.

    14.   What is the difference between a DUI and DWI?

    DUI stands for driving under the influence, while DWI stands for driving while intoxicated and OWI stands for Operating While Intoxicated. With an OWI you don’t have to be driving a motor vehicle, just in a position to operate one. Call us to find out the details of what the difference is.

    15.   What are the effects of alcohol on the body?

    The effects of alcohol on the body can vary greatly from person to person depending on these factors:

    • How much you weigh. The heavier you are, the more alcohol it takes to get you drunk. If you’re a woman, your body will process and eliminate alcohol faster than a man’s. How much you’ve eaten. Food in your stomach slows down the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream.
    • What kind of drink it is, and how much you’re drinking? Some drinks have more alcohol than others. For example, beer has between 3 and 7 percent alcohol while wine ranges from 5 to 15 percent. Mixed drinks can have as much as 25 percent alcohol.
    • What you’re drinking with. Mixing alcohol with other drugs or medications can cause serious side effects, like unconsciousness and death.
    • How long you’ve been drinking. The more you drink over a longer period of time, the more alcohol you’ll absorb into your bloodstream.
    • How often you’ve been drinking. If this is your first time drinking a lot in one sitting, it will take longer for your body to metabolize the alcohol.
    • How your body reacts to alcohol. If you have a health condition, such as high blood pressure or heart disease, that can make it harder for your body to process alcohol.
    • What you’re eating with your alcohol. Food can slow down how fast your body absorbs alcohol, which is why it’s important to eat before and while drinking.
    • How much sleep you’ve had. If you’re tired, your body won’t metabolize alcohol as quickly.
    • Whether or not you’ve eaten before drinking. Eating food can slow down how fast your body absorbs alcohol, which is why it’s important to eat before and while drinking.
    • How much you’ve had to drink. If you drink a lot in one sitting, your body will metabolize the alcohol more slowly.
    • How fast you’re drinking. Drinking alcohol quickly can cause your body to absorb more alcohol at once, which means it will take longer for your body to metabolize the alcohol.
    • The type of alcohol you’re drinking. Different types of alcohol are metabolized at different rates, so some drinks will have a greater effect on your body than others. For example, hard liquor is more potent than beer, so it will have a greater effect on your body.
    16.   What are the effects of alcohol on the body

    When drinking alcohol the body absorbs it at different rates. It is estimated that a healthy liver can process about one drink per hour. The body also processes alcohol at different rates based on your weight, gender and whether you have eaten.

    How many drinks did you say you had?

    Most people have no idea how many drinks they can have and still be able to drive. The question is, “What does it take for you to become intoxicated?”

    What legal DUI defense strategy has he or she used to win “unwinnable” cases before?

    • Not Operating the Vehicle” – If we can show a jury someone else was operating the vehicle when you intoxicated, this type of defense has been very successful in our record of high not guilty jury results.
    • Not Under The Influence” – If we can show a jury that you may have had some alcohol but did not consume enough to be operating under the influence, again this type of defense has been very successful in our record of high not guilty jury results.

    Other Types Of DUI Defenses

    • Collateral Attacks – If one or more of your previous convictions was entered without appreciating all you rirights (call us to see if they were) we can get the conviction thrown out for counting purposes, taking an OWI 3rd+ to an OWI 1st.
    • Failure to Stop – Law enforcement has to have “an articulable suspicion that crime is afoot” or a known tipster who called in the activity and then observe erratic driving.  Unless they can show it, the entire stop may be deemed unconstitutional.

    What legal DUI defense strategy has he or she used to win “unwinnable” cases before?

    • Not Operating the Vehicle” – If we can show a jury someone else was operating the vehicle when you intoxicated, this type of defense has been very successful in our record of high not guilty jury results.
    • Not Under The Influence” – If we can show a jury that you may have had some alcohol but did not consume enough to be operating under the influence, again this type of defense has been very successful in our record of high not guilty jury results.

    Other Types Of DUI Defenses

    • Collateral Attacks – If one or more of your previous convictions was entered without appreciating all you rirights (call us to see if they were) we can get the conviction thrown out for counting purposes, taking an OWI 3rd+ to an OWI 1st.
    • Failure to Stop – Law enforcement has to have “an articulable suspicion that crime is afoot” or a known tipster who called in the activity and then observe erratic driving.  Unless they can show it, the entire stop may be deemed unconstitutional.

    First Offense

    The minimum penalties for a DUI first offense are as follows:

    • Fine of $500 – $1,000. License suspension between 8 months and 1 year
    • Ignition interlock device of up to a 9 month period on your vehicle
    • Mandatory installation of an interlock device on all vehicles (we can decrease the vehicle number to 1) with a bac of .149 or more


    Second Offense

    The minimum penalties for a DUI second offense are as follows:

    • License suspension: At a minimum, you will lose your license for one full year and face restricted driving for two more years.The cost: $1800 in fines and costs
    • Jail time: Up to 9 months
    • Ignition interlock device: 1 year period on your vehicle
    • You cannot reduce the suspension time without doing alcohol treatment.
    • Mandatory installation of an interlock device on all vehicles.
    • Jail time: up to 9 months
    • License revocation: 270 days to one year


    Third Offense

    • Check our OWI Guideline tab for the county you get the ticket in to find out the normal penalties.


    Seventh+ Offense

    • Prison for at least 3 years. Incarceration for some of the term and extended supervision (now called Parole) for the remainder.


    Your Driver’s License

    The DOT hearing is completely separate from your drunk driving case. The DOT decides the validity of your driver’s license. The DOT does listen to the state court system (judge’s order) as to how long your license is going to be suspended but determines your driver’s license rule beyond that.


    Your Commercial Driver’s License

    If you are a CDL driver or have one in the family, it is crucial to know that there are different rules when it comes to DUI’s. A DUI conviction will stay on your record for life.


    Two Firsts and a Third After Ten Years Rule

    In Wisconsin if there is 10 years or more between your 1st DUI conviction and your 2nd DUI conviction, the State just gives you another OWI 1st, but as soon as you get your 3rd the State counts all your OWIs your entire life.


    One Offense Two Tickets

    Many drivers accused of such cases for the first time are confused when they are handed two tickets for what they thought was one event. In fact, Wisconsin breaks intoxicated driving into two offenses: operating under the influence and operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (PAC). A good DUI defense attorney should know this. The PAC or Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) ticket accuses you of driving with a blood-alcohol concentration or blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher breath or blood test.

    The police will accuse you of driving under the influence of an intoxicating substance whether that be alcohol, narcotic drugs or medication. Even if you are convicted of both, you can only be penalized once. The two tickets have the same penalties. But prosecutors like the redundant tickets as it allows them to move forward with one even if we can disprove the other conviction.

    What Type of DUI Cases Do We Handle

    Call us at 715-723-7160 and we will discuss in detail the Chippewa County, Eau Claire County WI criminal defense attorney services we provide, why one should or SHOULD NOT get a lawyer for your first OWI charge, legal issue, repeater or felony charges based on the facts of your case.

    Why Our DUI Defense Attorneys are the Best Choice

    When you find yourself in need of a Chippewa Falls, WI DUI lawyer, Chippewa Falls, WI OWI lawyer or Chippewa Falls, WI DWI lawyer you want to know that you have the best legal representation. That is why our attorneys are the perfect choice – with years of experience and an understanding of local WI DUI Chippewa Falls, WI laws and crimes, they can help you through your DUI law proceedings with ease.

    When you’re looking for a Chippewa Falls, WI DUI attorney, Chippewa Falls, WI OWI attorney or Chippewa Falls, WI DWI attorney to defend you in legal matters after being arrested for drunk driving, it is important to understand the questions that commonly arise with DUI law.

    Our Chippewa Falls DUI lawyer or Chippewa Falls DUI defense attorney team tackle DUI/OWI case after DUI/OWI case for clients charged with DUI related cases in state courts. We have successfully defended DUI cases during trials with blood alcohol levels above the legal limit. However, clients who don’t hire DUI attorneys when facing a DUI case risk, the legal consequences.

    Schedule Your Free Client Consultation!

    We know you need the best in knowledgeable legal representation from a criminal law firm that treats your case with consideration and genuine concern. We look forward to hearing from you when you contact (888) 375-3056 for a FREE confidential consultation. Contact our lawyers to schedule your consultation. We’re just waiting for your call and look forward to putting your mind (and license) at ease. Avoid a wrongful conviction of a crime and call our number to become a client.

    For those of you who have been wrongly charged or at least have not done all the things the State is saying you did, getting a good owi or dui defense attorney from a law firm devoted to these is key.  Anybody can go into court an plead guilty to an owi, dwi or dui but knowing exactly what your pleading to and everything that comes along with it is the tough part.  Unless you are in court and breathe owi, dui or dwi defense service like we do, hiring good attorneys is a must no matter what your age is.

    Click one of the options under Free Consultation to schedule a convenient time to sit down or contact one of our local attorneys.  You Need Answers Now. OWI, DWI or operating a vehicle while intoxicated defense is not one of those things that can be “pushed off”. What’s going on with your case is a life altering event like jail so you deserve an attorney or lawyer that appreciates that fact. or send one of our attorneys a message through our email form today. Your future and the future of your family is relying on your choice.

    Our Attorneys

    Proving Answers & Peace of Mind During Litigation Chaos
    Mark Mullen

    Mark R. Mullen

    Managing Partner – Business Operations

    Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin

    OWI Defense
    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
    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.


    Sawan Talwar

    Practicing Attorney – Legal Services

    Menomonie, Wisconsin

    Criminal Defense & OWI Defense
    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.

    Why Our Flexible Flat Fee Prices and Payment Plans Fit Your Situation

    Thankfully, when it comes to Chippewa Falls DUI, OWI, and DWI defense lawyers, we offer a unique advantage: our flat fee flexible prices and payment plans! We understand that because these charges are so expensive, it can be hard to afford quality legal representation. That’s why our team is committed to making sure you receive the DUI lawyer Chippewa Falls OWI lawyer Chippewa Falls DWI lawyer services you need at an affordable price. We will work with you to create a payment plan that fits your budget, no matter your financial situation. With us on your side, you don’t have to worry about how much your defense costs; instead, focus on achieving the best outcome for your case.

    Our Prices & Payment Plans

    Criminal Defense


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


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

    1st to 3rd

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


    Starting at $6000
    Half Required Down Before We Start

    What’s Unique About Us

    At Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. we are proud to offer the very best in DUI attorney legal services for all of your DUI, OWI and DWI related needs. Our team is uniquely qualified, with each lawyer having years of experience focusing on criminal defense and DUI related matters. We have intimate knowledge of the laws associated with driving under the influence, enabling us to provide our clients with personalized defense strategies tailored to their specific cases and needs. On top of this, we have a commitment to excellence that sets us apart from similar firms.

    When clients are looking for Chippewa Falls DUI attorney, Chippewa Falls OWI attorney or Chippewa Falls Wisconsin DWI attorney to represent you in legal matters concerning drunk driving, it is important to understand the questions that commonly arise. Our experienced attorneys at Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. are dedicated to providing outstanding service and have years of experience when it comes to common drunk and drug related driving questions.

    People who have worked with us in the past have said nothing but positive reviews, making us the perfect option if you are looking for an attorney who deals with any common drunk driving questions you may have. At Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C., we strive to make your experience as convenient and stress-free as possible, setting us apart from other law firms in Chippewa Falls.

    ·Flexible Flat Fee Prices And Payment Plans with Liberal Monthly Payments
    .Local Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Court, Police and District Attorney and/or Prosecutor Familiarity 
    ·Great Customer Service

    Meet With Us Today!

    It’s important to act quickly when you are charged with a owi or drunk driving. The longer you wait, the easier it is for evidence and opportunities to disappear. But it is especially important to take action early with an OWI, DWI or DUI offense. Wisconsin law states you have 10 days to request a hearing where you can fight the automatic driver’s license suspension. By law, you are entitled to this hearing, but you must request it within 10 days or you automatically lose your chance to defend your license. The DOT hearing is completely separate from your OWI or DUI case. You can and should have an attorney representing you at both. Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. coordinates defense of both cases as part of our service to Wisconsin DUI defense. Mullen, Schlough & Associates S.C. represents clients throughout Wisconsin who have been charged with an OWI, DUI or DWI driver offenses or other driving impairment offense sometimes involving drugs. We represent people who are accused of all types of Driving While Intoxicated, OWI, DUI charges from simple first offenses to complex cases involving high amount of alcohol BACs legal limit vehicle while intoxicated operating under the influence cases resulting in serious accidents. In fact, Managing Lawyer Mark Mullen has won multiple trials involving very high BACs and potential felony charges. Managing Partner Scott Schlough has won motion hearings bringing 5+ OWIs down to OWI 1st s. In addition our partners have won drunk driving charges even more involved than that. It is crucial that you consult with and hire the best OWI, DUI, DWI or Drunk Driving attorney or at least the best OWI, DUI, DWI or Drunk Driving lawyer near you. If an OWI, DUI, DWI or Drunk Driving attorney near me is important (which it should be) give us a call so we can be there to help. Remember a traffic misdemeanor and minimum penalties is our goal, how about you?

    Hire A Professional!

    It is extremely important to hire the best criminal traffic vehicular homicide professional to represent your best interests. The primary goal is to keep you out of the criminal court system so you can move on with your life without the danger of a lengthy prison sentence or a criminal record. Just a suspension is our goal and we shall shoot for it. The less in penalties the better.

    Criminal case6
    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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