OWI Defense

Eau Claire County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) at a .32 Level
Attorney Mullen convinced prosecutors just hours before a jury trial the defendant was not operating his vehicle. Even though video tapes and statements differed as to who was actually driving the truck the evening of the incident, Attorney Mullen convinced the District Attorney’s Office such a discrepancy was not worth risking a jury trial over. The case was dismissed in its entirety.

Eau Claire County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration at a .284 Level
Through the showing of police tapes and direct testimony, Attorney Mullen established law enforcement failed to interview all the actors at the scene of an accident. One of the actors missed was the designated driver with the keys of the vehicle in his pocket during the time the defendant allegedly operated the vehicle. Three other individuals interviewed who worked for Emergency Medical Services were also impaired and leaving the bar. Attorney Mullen was able to show what actually happened that evening during the trial. Again the jury took little time in coming to a not guilty verdict.

Rusk County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration at a.09 Level
Mark Mullen successfully represented this client who was facing Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration at a.09 Level

Chippewa County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) at a .09 Level
Mark Mullen successfully represented this client who was facing Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration at a.09 Level

Eau Claire County vs. Citizen Accused of Operating While Intoxicated and Operating with a Prohibited Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) at a .09 Level
Attorney Mullen established, through cross examination of the State’s own expert witness during the jury trial, the defendant’s blood alcohol level was between .05 and .07. Through a chronological “walk-through” of when each alcoholic beverage was consumed, the exact volume of each drink and other important factors necessary for the expert to form a calculated blood alcohol level estimate, Attorney Mullen got into evidence an expert witness opinion showing when the defendant was operating the vehicle, he/she did not have a prohibited blood alcohol level in his/her system. Even though the official blood alcohol results showed a prohibited blood alcohol level, it was established such a level was obtained only AFTER the defendant ceased operating the vehicle.

Criminal Defense

Chippewa County vs. Citizen Accused of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault and Attempted Sexual Assault of a Child
Attorney Mullen had a client charged with sexual assault crimes. During the numerous hearings before trial, the victim recited her version of the incident at the onset. The story changed every time. By the time of trial, she stated the version she gave during the preliminary hearing was wrong. Additionally Attorney Mullen established a third-party defendant, establishing another might have committed the act. The defendant was quickly found not guilty by a jury.

Chippewa County vs. Citizen Accused of Battery by an Inmate and 2nd Degree Sexual Assault
The County could not show Attorney Mullen’s client physically assaulted a fellow inmate during a preliminary hearing. Upon suggestion a continuance would be granted in order to allow the State time to prepare their case, he convinced the court not to allow it thereby ending the prosecution of the alleged felony. Immediately afterwards at the next preliminary hearing scheduled that day, Attorney Mullen established a sexual assault was not committed by showing the elements of the crime were not met. Within thirty minutes, Attorney Mullen had won two preliminary hearings ending two felony cases.

Eau Claire County vs. Citizen Accused of Substantial Battery
The client was charged with Substantial Battery against his spouse. Attorney Mullen was able, through his knowledge of the court process and how the system actually works, to get the case totally dismissed.

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.

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 researching the 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. The Mullen Law Group’s aggressive treatment of the case was a key contributor to the acquittal.

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 Mullen Law Group was 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.