Stangl Law Offices, S.C. is a criminal defense law firm serving clients charged with crimes such as OWI/PAC (drunk driving) throughout Wisconsin.
Attorney Stangl's Chippewa County and Eau Claire County emphasis handles cases from the city of Eau Claire and the surrounding area. With an office in Madison as well, Attorney Stangl is able to defend cases anywhere across the state of Wisconsin.
In practice since 1991, Attorney Pat Stangl puts his extensive knowledge and experience successfully defending cases to work for his clients who find themselves facing crimes in Wisconsin when they might least expect it.
His work winning criminal defense and OWI cases for clients has earned him national recognition. Working from Chippewa & Eau Claire County, in addition to his Madison office, Attorney Stangl has also earned a reputation for being the best drunk driving defense lawyer in the Northwoods.
Working from multiple offices enables Attorney Stangl to serve clients in locations across the state, such as:
If you find yourself facing drunk driving charges or another criminal offense such as drug possession or battery, you need the expertise and experience of a skilled defense attorney who is committed to aggressively protecting your rights and your freedom.
Attorney Stangl has won four OWI-PAC cases in a row in Chippewa County. Three of those cases were felony drunk driving cases and in two of the three cases his clients were not convicted of felony drunk driving, thus avoiding not only a felony conviction but potential imprisonment in the Wisconsin State Prison system.
“Pat, thanks so much for getting my OWI-PAC 2nd offense dismissed. You were right all along. The stop of my vehicle violated the United States and Wisconsin Constitutions. You are a real fighter.”
A Sawyer County jury recently returned not guilty verdicts in an OWI-PAC 1st case on behalf of Attorney Stangl’s client after deliberating for approximately one hour. This case marks the third jury trial in a row where Attorney Stangl’s clients have been acquitted on all drunk driving related charges. Dane and Sauk County juries also recently returned not guilty verdicts on behalf of his clients. According to the State’s chemical tests, his clients registered blood alcohol concentrations of .12, .15, and .20 in these respective cases.