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Wisconsin Defense Attorney Sydne French has clients from all walks of life, because bad things can happen to anyone. It doesn't matter who they are. And when these people are charged with a criminal case, Attorney French is here to fight for them, to see them through hard times.

Attorney French takes a unique approach to law by having a personal interest in every person who comes to her. She makes sure they never feel like they are just a case number or just another “defendant.” She makes the time to hear their side of of the full story, their perspectives & their concerns before coming up with a defense strategy. Her clients always know that she is there for them 100%.

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How to Stop the DOT from Suspending Your License after a DUI arrest.

Stop DOT License Suspensions! Call Attorney Sydne French Today! It may be possible to stop the DOT from suspending your license after you have been arrested for a DUI.  If you have filed the...

Holding Probation Agents Accountable: Delays providing sex offender treatment increase risk to reoffend

I think we can all agree that, generally speaking, failure to promptly provide sex offender treatment (SOT) to convicted sex offenders on probation increases the risk of re-offending.  So why is...

Another Article Points to – Too Many Prisoners in US

An article posted on Wisconsin Public Radio is yet another article on the failing prison system in America. I recently posted a blurb on my blog citing to a Frontline article on the very same...

Frontline Reveals Report Showing “Unprecedented” Growth in US Prisons

A new article by Jason M. Breslow from Frontline’s Locked Up in America series reveals what most of us have known for a long time – that tough on crime policies has resulted in...

What to Do if You Are Stopped By Police

  Knowledge is Power. Know Your Rights!   I get a lot of calls from people asking what they should do if the police are at their door asking questions, or if they are stopped by police in...

Confessing to a crime via social media: Is it the New Social Norm?

  What makes a person confess to a crime – online? Given my background in clinical psychology, the driving force behind what makes someone confess to a crime via social media fascinates...

Guilty or No Contest?

Why Knowing the Difference Can Make All the Difference. The two most common pleas a person can enter before sentencing are the guilty plea, and the no contest plea. Both pleas can seem very similar,...

What will I get for a 3rd OWI?

There is no short answer for this question. Sentencing of OWI cases depends upon many factors. There are sentencing guidelines in place, however, that judges follow when sentencing...

We all want the same thing — Justice.

Edwin Meese, 75th Attorney General of the United States, once said, “If a person is innocent of crime, then he is not a suspect.” (1) If that’s so, how do you explain the fact that...
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