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MILWAUKEE CRIMINAL and FAMILY ATTORNEY Defending Your Rights, Ensuring Your Freedom

Milwaukee Criminal Defense Attorney

Have you been slammed with criminal charges? If so, you could be facing life-altering penalties that could significantly impact your future and reputation. The coming proceedings may seem like an extremely intimidating and complex process, but the good news is that you are not alone. My firm, The Law Offices of Jason D. Baltz, is prepared to provide the effective advocacy you need.

As an experienced Milwaukee criminal defense attorney, I am skilled at providing my clients with dynamic defense in the face of even the most complex charges. With my extensive knowledge, expertise, and connection to valuable resources, I am equipped to secure favorable outcomes. I work tirelessly to uncover important details of my clients' cases to craft detailed strategies that deliver.

With hundreds of criminal cases under my belt, I am ready to help. Contact us at (414) 375-0797 now for a free consultation with a criminal defense attorney in Milwaukee, WI!

Why Choose The Law Offices of Jason D. Baltz?

  • Strong & Proven Litigation Skills
  • Counsel Backed by Genuine Care
  • Thorough & Personalized Attention
  • Free Initial Consultations
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Two Decades of Legal Experience

Defending Your Rights, Ensuring Your Freedom

We're not just counselors; we're your advocates, driven by a genuine care for your well-being. We understand that every case is unique, and we tailor our strategies to fit your specific needs and circumstances.

Confidently Handling All Types of Criminal Cases

Having handled all types of criminal cases in my years of experience, I understand that defenses do not work as "one-size-fits-all." I can thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your charges and start building a personalized defense tailored to your unique situation the moment you hire me. From gathering evidence, in-depth investigation, and interviewing key witnesses, my firm stops at nothing to ensure your rights are fully protected at all times.

Act Now to Secure Your Tomorrow

At The Law Offices of Jason D. Baltz, clients come first. You can rest assured knowing that I am committed to ensuring your concerns are answered, while relentlessly fighting to clear your name. With a distinguished criminal defense attorney in Milwaukee on your side, you can proceed through the legal process with confidence. Don't wait to get the support of a legal advocate who truly cares about your case!

Reach out to my firm today to get the representation you need during this time.

Send us a photo of your ticket and we will fight it right away. Have You Been Given a Ticket?

Real Clients. Real Reviews.

Read our reviews to gain insight into the exceptional service we provide.

See why our clients trust us with their legal needs. Dive into our reviews now and learn how we can make a difference for you.

    “Attorney Baltz has been first rate with me since day one.”
    “He is professional, personable, and most importantly knowledgeable about the law. He went above and beyond in answering all of my questions and I count myself fortunate to have him in my corner.”
    - Pat J.
    “Jason is an AMAZING attorney.”
    “Very reasonable and nice guy. Understanding of any situation, and I highly recommend him.”
    - Ricardo C.
    “I STRONGLY recommend Jason Baltz as your attorney.”
    “He was my angel through everything. Strong communication skills and extremely dedicated to making sure I was taken care of. It was my first offense and I was so scared. I absolutely owe him my life.”
    - Elaine K.
    “I cant say enough great things about Jason!”
    “He is an experienced intelligent attorney and will fight hard for his clients. I feel he truly does care about his clients. Jason was very professional and empathetic with what I was dealing with.”
    - Alan G.
    “Jason is the best, he is always there for you.”
    A lawyer with a good heart. Our family attorney.
    - Dean H.
    “Jason was extremely helpful!”
    “Jason was a great help even before I talked about hiring him.”
    - Eric D.
    “Thanks for giving me back my life, freedom and restoring my faith in people!”
    “Jason is honest, hard-working and compassionate. He’s a wonderful family man and has a special spirit and overall kindness that cannot be bought.”
    - B. Smith
    “I stand behind his work 100%.”
    “Professional, accessible, experienced and will treat your case with the utmost importance. Mr. Baltz is a straight shooter, very affordable and has a wide network of contacts in the industry which he leverages to get the best possible outcome.”
    - Park B.

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Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 414-375-0797 today!

  • What is probation?

    Probation is typically granted to first-time offenders who committed a non-violent crime. In cases of this nature, their jail or prison sentence is suspended and they are permitted to be released on probation as long as they follow all of the terms and conditions. During this time, it is typically for the individual to be required to contact their probation officer on a regular basis while also attending any mandatory classes or programs relating to their offense such as drug, alcohol, or anger management courses. Once probation is over they are then out from under the court's supervision.

  • Are the police permitted to lie to a suspect during questioning?

    The frightening answer to that question is yes, they are legally permitted to tell you any lie or exaggeration of the truth in order to draw a confession out of you. First off, I would like to remind you that you have the right to remain silent and the right to speak to your attorney before answering any questions that law enforcement might have. During questioning, don't believe everything that they tell you. Many times they will tell the suspect that their accomplice has confessed when really, they haven't. More often than not, they also lie about having convicting evidence and witnesses that saw you commit the crime when they have neither. Don't be fooled into a confession, they want you to incriminate yourself in order to speed up the process of determining guilt.

  • Can't I simply plead guilty to get it over with quicker?
    That is a very dangerous and reckless way to think. Every time I have a client who thinks that they have a hopeless case and they are as good as convicted, they want to jump right to the end and get straight to the sentencing. First of all, this will throw away any chances of success and when it comes to your future and your freedom, you should not be so quick to raise that white flag. With an assertive legal advocate fighting beside you, you may be able to have your charges reduced or even dismissed altogether. If you negotiate a plea bargain with the judge or the prosecution, you may be able to walk away with a minimal sentence instead of giving up and receiving the maximum penalty.