Attorney Todd Simon of the Simon Law Firm will aggressively defend you if you have been charged with a crime in Green Bay, Wisconsin, or the Northeast Wisconsin area.
Whether you have been charged with a serious felony or a misdemeanor, Attorney Simon will handle your case with professionalism and will structure a defense strategy that best fits your particular case. At Simon Law Firm you will receive a smart defense. We use the latest technology and statistical analysis of each criminal charge to give us the upper hand in defending your charges and negotiating with the prosecutor.
It is important that you hire an attorney who can help to protect your rights if you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense. If you have been charged with a crime, you have certain rights that are guaranteed to you by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. For example, you have the right to remain silent. If police want to question you about a criminal offense, you have the right to ask for a lawyer. Attorney Simon will take the time to explain all of your rights to you and answer any questions you may have.
Simon Law Firm has experience in handling cases such as
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- Disorderly Conduct
- Criminal Damage to Property
- Strangulation / Suffocation
- Substantial Battery
- Aggravated Battery
- Other misdemeanor and felony charges
Attorney Todd Simon will not only defend you, but will also guide you through what can be a very confusing and emotional court process. Selecting the right attorney is very important. Attorney Simon takes each case very seriously and we treat each of our clients with the respect and attention they deserve. We provide honest and trusted advice, which will allow you to make the right decision for yourself.
It makes sense to take some cases to trial, whereas in other cases it is best to resolve them through negotiations, or “plea bargaining” with the district attorney. We will carefully evaluate your case with you to decide which option is best, and we will listen to and address your concerns. Whether or not to take a case to trial is always your decision. Contact us for a free consultation.