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Skilled & Thorough Criminal Defense in Wisconsin

Proven Results Based on Over 32 Years of Experience

Stangl Law can help you get fair treatment, whether this is your first criminal offense or you have prior convictions.

Attorney Stangl is a nationally-recognized criminal defense attorney serving the state of Wisconsin since 1991. He has a strong record of success helping clients reduce their criminal charges or get them dismissed entirely.

If there's a way to win your case, Stangl Law will find it.


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I made a terrible mistake which resulted in me getting indicted in federal court. Luckily Attorney Stangl accepted the case and represented me in the matter. He fought very hard for me and is extremely knowledgeable and thorough. He was able to demonstrate that they miscalculated my advisory guideline range and the court agreed with everything Attorney Stangl argued. In this very serious case, thanks to him, I did not do any jail even though I was looking at a potential significant term of imprisonment which needless to say would have further complicated an already bad situation. The quality of his representation is unsurpassed and exceeded any and all of my expectations."

Nicholas Senstock


Being charged with a crime in Wisconsin can be an intimidating, scary, and ultimately life-changing event. If you hire Attorney Stangl to defend your criminal case, he can:

  • Review the case for defects
  • Potentially move for the suppression of evidence
  • Compel discovery of evidence to support your innocence

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Case Victory: Drug Case

The client was charged in a drug conspiracy with seven different felonies as well as additional misdemeanor charges. As a result of his investigation of the charges, Attorney Stangl was able to demonstrate that the defendant was essentially in the wrong place at the wrong time and on the periphery of any conspiracy. The majority of the co-defendants were found guilty of conspiracy to manufacture drugs and other drug felonies. He filed a Motion to Dismiss a number of the felony charges and was able to come to an agreement with the prosecutor that a number of charges would be dismissed. Ultimately the case successfully settled with a diversion agreement on a non-drug felony and as long as the client complies with the conditions of the deferred agreement will not end up with any felony convictions.