Each one of us has a story to tell.  We are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, children and neighbors.  Often times when someone is accused of a crime those titles are swept aside and we are labeled criminals.  During the course of my representation of folks accused of crimes, I never forget that the United States Constitution guarantees us the right to sit before a judge or a jury as innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.  I will passionately investigate the facts and law surrounding your case and be an advocate for you in a court of law. 

 

When you are charged with a crime, even an OWI, it can be a very intimidating and difficult challenge to face alone.  You may be scared, angry, upset and you will have questions.  “Am I going to jail?” “Will I lose my job?” “Should I speak with the police?”  These are just a few of the unanswered questions that may weigh upon you and keep you up at night. Perhaps you unknowingly made a decision that results in the loss of your job, time in jail, or pleading to a charge of which you are not guilty. 

 

Call me if you are facing any type of criminal or OWI charge so that I may guide you through the process and give you the answers you need to make informed decisions as to how to handle your case.  It is my job to tell your story, to look at any set of circumstances from a different perspective – your perspective.  There are two sides to every story, and I pride myself on my ability to effectively tell your story, whether that is to a judge, a prosecutor, or a jury.  As always your initial consultation with me is free.  For effective, passionate, private criminal representation call me.

OWI and Criminal Defense

“I was facing serious charges that I knew I was not responsible for.  Attorney Ulrich listened to my case and my side of

the story and it resulted in my

charges being dismissed.”

 

–Mike

–Pat

“I went through many attorneys that wanted me to take a deal.  Attorney Ulrich was the only one who would listen to my

side of the story.  I was found Not Guilty at trial.”