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Running from Police - Possible Penalties

by Gamino Law Offices on 06/25/14

Running from Police - Attorney Carlos A. Gamino

Attorney Carlos Gamiño on Running from Police

Maybe you panicked. Maybe you ran because you had something to hide. Maybe you just didn’t know what to do, you were confused, or you just don’t trust police. No matter why you ran from Wisconsin police, you’re probably facing legal trouble as a result– and that’s why it’s imperative that you talk to Milwaukee criminal lawyers who can help you through this difficult situation.

Running from Police: What Happens in Wisconsin?

In Wisconsin, fleeing from police has serious consequences. Because it can be a crime to ignore a police officer’s order to stop (including ignoring his or her flashing lights behind youin the car), you could be convicted of a Class I felony. If someone is harmed in the process, you could be convicted of a Class H felony… or worse. That means you may end up spending time behind bars, away from your family and friends.

What a Milwaukee Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Do for You

A Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer will help you understand the possible consequences that you’re facing. He or she will also argue on your behalf so that the judge in your case gets an accurate picture of what really happened. All too often, judges aren’t told the special circumstances that surround a case when they’re being presented with law enforcement’s side – and that can result in big trouble for the people who are on trial.

Working with an attorney helps ensure that your story is heard and that your rights are protected under theumbrella of Wisconsin law. Whether you ran from police on foot, on a bicycle, or in a motor vehicle or on a motorcycle, it’s in your best interest to work with a talented lawyer who knows the Milwaukee court system. You have one chance to present your story to the judge; make sure he or she is getting the whole story, not just law enforcement’s side.

You deserve to be heard.

Attorney Carlos A. Gamiño

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