Criminal Law

Let our attorneys bring balance to the justice system.

If you have been arrested for committing a crime, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, received a traffic ticket, or a traffic violation, the attorneys at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP, located in Delavan, Walworth County, Wisconsin, can help you. Prosecutors have police officers and paid support staff to assist them in prosecuting their cases. You need a strong legal advocate to zealously protect your rights and represent you against the resources of those seeking your conviction.

Our lawyers work closely with the client so that you understand each step of the process, so that you understand your options and all possible defenses.

Contact our lawyers to review your case as soon as possible. Our attorneys will work to ensure that you are treated fairly, evidence is preserved, and your rights are not violated.

Our lawyers defend clients in all criminal and forfeiture matters, including: assault and battery; disorderly conduct; domestic abuse; domestic violence; sexual assault; rape; theft; burglary; criminal damage to property; possession, manufacture or delivery of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs or meth; OWI, DUI, driving while intoxicated, impaired driving; auto accidents; speeding tickets and citations; and drivers license suspension and revocation.

We practice in Delavan, Elkhorn, Whitewater, Lake Geneva, and throughout Walworth, Rock, Kenosha, Racine, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

The State has an entire arm of government at its discretion to prosecute you.

Let our experience work for you.

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