Below are just some of the firm results that we have obtained for our clients:
Client was charged with two counts of Manufacture/Delivery of Cocaine, a class F felony and a class G felony, which carried a possible maximum term of 22½ years in prison and a $50,000 fine. Client was defended by Attorney Todd Simon and acquitted (found NOT GUILTY) of all charges by a twelve person jury.
Client was charged with one count of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated – 6th Offense, a class H felony, which carried a possible maximum term of 6 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The defendant was represented by a attorney Todd Simon and was acquitted (found NOT GUILTY) of all charged by a twelve person jury.
Client was charged with Operating While Intoxicated – 4th Offense, which carries a possible sentence of 1 year in jail and $2,000 in fines. Attorney Todd Simon files a motion challenging the constitutionality of the client’s arrest. The Judge agreed with the motion and the case was dismissed.
Client was charged with Operating While Intoxicated – 5th Offense, which is a class H felony and carries a possible sentence of 6 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Attorney Todd Simon filed a motion challenging the constitutionality of the stop of the client’s vehicle. The Judge agreed with the motion and the case was dismissed.
Client was charged with Operating While Intoxicated – 2nd Offense, which is a criminal misdemeanor charge and carries a potential penalty of at least 5 days in jail, or up to 6 months in jail and $1,100 in fines. Attorney Todd Simon filed a motion arguing that the charge should be a 1st offense, and that the State should not be allowed to charge the client with a 2nd offense given certain circumstances in the client’s case. The State conceded that we were correct, and amended the charge to a 1st offense, which is not a criminal offense and carries no jail sentence.
Client was charged with Burglary, a class F felony which carries 12 1/2 years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines. Attorney Todd Simon successfully challenged the charge and convinced the State to reduce the felony charge to two misdemeanors. Client was sentenced to 1 year of probation and community service.
Client was charged with Battery – With Use of a Dangerous Weapon; a misdemeanor which carries a potential penalty of 9 months in jail and a $10,000 fine, plus an additional 6 months in jail due to the weapons charge. Attorney Todd Simon argued that the client was acting in self-defense, as she was being attacked by her boyfriend. All charges were dismissed.
Client was charged with one count of Battery and one count of Disorderly Conduct, and both counts were charged as domestic violence offenses, which would have prohibited our client from owning or possessing a firearm, even for hunting or for personal protection. Attorney Todd Simon successfully challenged the charges and put the State on notice that we were willing to go to trial. State chose to dismiss the charges, explaining to the court that they did not believe that they would have been able to prove their case to the jury.
Client was involved in an altercation with an ex-boyfriend with whom she shared a child. Ex-boyfriend called police and police informed client that she would be charged with a domestic violence related criminal offense. Client hired attorney Todd Simon who contacted the District Attorney and convinced them not to charge client with any offense. Client was able to avoid any criminal charges.
Client was charged with OWI-2nd offense after being pulled over by Green Bay Police. Attorney Todd Simon filed a motion challenging the reason for the stop as an unlawful detention. Court agreed and the case was dismissed.
Client was charged with several felony and misdemeanor charges which carried maximum potential penalties of over 60 years in prison. Attorney Todd Simon filed several motions challenging certain aspects of the District Attorney’s case. The motions resulted in a total of 4 charges being dismissed outright. Motions also resulted in some of the District Attorney’s evidence being thrown out, which weakened their case against the client.
Client, a truck driver with a CDL, was charged with OWI – 1st offense. As a result of being charged, his license was suspended by the Department of Transportation and his employer had to let him go. Attorney Todd Simon filed a motion challenging the suspension of his license and another motion challenging his arrest as being unconstitutional. Judge found in favor of our client and the OWI charge was dismissed. DOT was quickly consulted, and client’s license was fully restored, allowing him to return to work.
Client was charged with Disorderly Conduct with special enhancements for allegedly assaulting a handicapped woman while visiting an individual in an assisted living facility. Client was facing up to a year in jail if convicted. Attorney Todd Simon hired a private investigator and conducted an investigation independent of the one done by police. Private investigator for our law firm was able to gather information which convinced the District Attorney that the allegations were likely untrue and therefore the case was dismissed by the prosecutor.
Client, a professional in Green Bay, was arrested for Domestic Violence related offenses related to a disturbance between he and his wife. Officers with the Brown County Sheriff’s Department kept requesting that he come down to their office to give a statement about what happened. Client hired attorney Todd Simon who promptly advised the Brown County Sheriff’s Department that our client would not be making a statement. Attorney then discussed the matter with the Brown County District Attorney’s Office, convincing that office not to file any formal charges against our client.
Client charged with OWI 4th within 5 years, which is a felony in Wisconsin. Client was facing a felony conviction and possible prison sentence. Client’s 1st offense OWI was from another state. Attorney Todd Simon and client hired another attorney in the state where the 1st offense was located. Outside state attorney was able to re-open the 1st offense and get it reduced to a non-OWI related offense. Therefore, Wisconsin was no longer able to count that 1st offense and had to reduce this 4th offense to a 3rd offense, which is a misdemeanor.
Client charged with Possession of Cocaine and facing potential 1 year in jail. Attorney Todd Simon filed a motion to fight the charges based on a violation of client’s constitutional rights. A motion hearing was held and the Judge agreed with defense resulting in a dismissal of the case.
Client charged with 3 felonies and 1 misdemeanor and facing over 20 years in prison on domestic violence related charges. Attorney Todd Simon represented client at trial and client was found NOT GUILTY of all felony charges and found guilty of only a low class misdemeanor charge.