Paul A. Ksicinski Law

Paul A. Ksicinski Law

4.8 (5)

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When the prosecution is banging on the door to charge you with a criminal offense, I have your back!  Whether  going straight to the Wisconsin Supreme Court to annul Wisconsin's same sex marriage ban or defending against robbery charges of a 300 year old Stradivarius violin valued at $5 million dollars or challenging shackling of innocent defendants at intake court or even defending Jeffrey Dahmer's last victim Tracy Edwards from homicide charges, Attorney Paul Ksicinski practices cutting edge litigation.


​I understand how scary a criminal prosecution can be. I respect the stress to which it subjects my clients. Even if the prosecution seems to have a strong case, I will seek to identify flaws that we can use to build a criminal defense case for your liberty. I know how much a conviction can change your life, and I will tirelessly fight the charges against you.

SELECTED AS ONE OF THE TOP 100 CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS IN WISCONSIN FOR 2018 BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LEGAL ADVOCATES

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Oconomowoc, WI 53066
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5 Reviews

4.8

  • Joni C.

    He's an attorney with not only a social conscience, but takes time to answer questions fully and knowledgeably. Competence in the legal profession is his specialty!

  • Melissa

    Timely answered all my questions and always kept me informed

  • Linda C.

    Unconditional representation! He is resilient in your defense.

  • Russell S.

    Integrity, competence, sense of fairness, commitment to justice


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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Listen, listen, listen!  The secret to being a good lawyer is listening closely to the facts a client tells you about their case and only them discussing with them the law that applies.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Lawyers have to go to law school.  But not all lawyers go through the school of hard knocks for 25 years in the intense setting of a urban public defender office like I did.  I learned the importance of a client as a person, whether they were charged with a driving offense or a homicide.  You must understand the person to understand their defense.


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