In Wisconsin, battery refers to intentionally causing bodily harm to another person or any form of physical contact that causes injury or bodily impairment. Battery can be a Class A misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances of the incident. Penalties can range from a fine of up to $10,000 to a prison sentence of as much as 6 years.
Whether it started as a common dispute or a bar brawl, you need an attorney to make sure that you get the defense you deserve for your battery charge. We understand that facing these charges can be confusing, that's why The Law Office of Nicholas J. Rifelj, LLC stands with you every step of the way to make sure you understand what's happening to you.
Disorderly Conduct in Wisconsin refers to an act in a public or private setting that can be considered violent, profane, or otherwise disruptive. The Law Office of Nicholas J. Rifelj, LLC has defended disorderly conduct cases for over a decade. We're prepared to work diligently and tirelessly to understand the circumstances of your case and provide you with the best defense possible.
Disorderly Conduct charges usually involve situations with drugs or alcohol. Whether it's a party that got out of control or a night on the town that got out of hand, we're here to help you.
Call us today at (608) 628-3865 to learn more about how we can help you mount an effective defense.