Attorney French has the legal experience you need to prove you didn't do it.
It’s scary when you get the call that a loved one is in jail for committing a horrific crime. You may wonder how they could have done such a thing. When you have the opportunity to finally speak to them in person, they promise you they are not guilty. You believe them, of course, because you love them. Now you just need someone else to believe them too.
Enter Sydne French, top rated defense attorney for violent crimes in Wisconsin. The last thing you need when you’re scared and desperate is an attorney only pretending to be on your side so they can squeeze more legal fees out of you. Sydne French starts every client relationship with a completely free phone consultation so she can get your side of the story first. The more time she spends getting to know your case up front, the better she’ll be able to defend you in court.
My clients come from all walks of life, because bad things can happen to just about anyone, no matter who they are. And when they do, I am here to fight for them, to see them through hard times.
What is a violent crime?
According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, violent crimes are defined as “those offenses which involve force or threat of force.” This can include anything from armed robbery to nonnegligent manslaughter.
That means even if you injure someone as a result of a fight that you did not cause, you can still be charged with a violent crime even though it was self-defense. Do not take the fall for someone else’s wrongdoing.
Contact defense attorney Sydne French to defend your innocence.
The best defense lawyer in Milwaukee for legal advice
Attorney French doesn’t just help those facing violent crime convictions. No matter what kind of charge you’re facing, she’s by your side every step of the way:
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Get legal support for violent crime charges in Wisconsin
Attorney French provides support to those who are charged with any of the following violent crimes in Wisconsin:
A violent crime conviction doesn’t need to ruin your family’s reputation. Prove your innocence with support from defense attorney French.