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Jeffrey W. Jensen is a criminal defense lawyer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is also a criminal appeals lawyer in Wisconsin.
Legal Briefs and Criminal Forms
The motions and briefs in this section were researched and drafted by Milwaukee, Wisconsin criminal defense attorney Jeffrey W. Jensen. Attorney Jensen has practiced criminal defense throughout the State of Wisconsin for over twenty-three years. He has defended some of the most high-profile cases in recent history.
This section gives an overview the the materials that are available. You may also find these specific materials:
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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Motion for change of venue due to pretrial publicity
Dismiss criminal complaint for failure to state sufficient facts to constitute the offense charged
Challenge the sufficiency of the evidence to establish probable cause at a preliminary hearing
Motion to dismiss counts in an information because they are wholly unrelated to the evidence presented at the preliminary hearing
Opposing the State's motion for joinder of counts or defendants
Motion for severance of defendants and/or counts
Motion to dismiss for failure to make a prima facie case
FIFTH AMENDMENT Motion to suppress confession to police on the grounds of coercion
Motion to suppress confession to police for Miranda violation
Motion to suppress statement (defendant invoked right to counsel)
SEARCH AND SEIZURE
Probable cause to arrest without a warrant
Probable cause to arrest without a warrant (exigent circumstances)
Challenging sufficiency of affidavit in support of search warrant application
Motion and brief for "Franks Hearing" (false information in affidavit for search warrant or exculpatory evidence purposely omitted)
Ineffective assistance of counsel
Motion to dismiss (Double Jeopardy)
Motion and brief to declare statute unconstitutionally vague or overbroad
Motion and brief to declare statute unconstitutional under Equal Protection Clause
PRELIMINARY RULINGS ON EVIDENCE
Motion for preliminary ruling on the admissibility of other acts evidence (the so-called "Sullivan" analysis)
Hearsay/Confrontation in a criminal case (post Crawford)
Motion to admit evidence that crime was committed by a third party
Motion to admit evidence of prior violent acts by the victim (in a case involving self-defense)
Motion and brief to prohibit expert witness from relating hearsay bases for opinion to the jury
Motion to exclude all State's witnesses for failure to timely serve a witness list
Motion for scientific testing and to keep the results privileged unless and until the defendant decides to use the results as evidence at trial
MOTIONS IN LIMINE
Standard motions in limine
Motion and brief to withdraw guilty plea prior to sentencing
Motion and brief to withdraw guilty plea following sentencing
Motion and brief for new trial because of newly-discovered evidence
Motion and brief tor a new trial because of witness recantation
Motion and brief for a new trial due to ineffective assistance of counsel
Motion and brief to modify sentence (unduly harsh)
Notice of Intent to Pusue Postconviction Relief
Notice of Appeal
Statement on the Transcript
Motion for Extension of Time
Sufficiency of the evidence to support conviction
Motion to declare Chapter 980 unconstitutional for failure to provide a temporal context
Motion to declare Chapter 980 unconstitutional under Equal Protection
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Milwaukee criminal defense attorney Jeffrey W. Jensen, of the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Jensen, a Milwaukee law firm with offices located at 111 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1925, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has represented persons throughout the State of Wisconsin. If you will face felony charges in either state court or in federal court you should call 414.671.9484. Attorney Jensen regularly appears in Milwaukee County (Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer), Waukesha County (Waukesha criminal defense lawyer, Brookfield criminal defense lawyer), Washington County (West Bend and Germantown criminal defense lawyer), Racine County (Racine criminal defense lawyer), Kenosha County (Kenosha criminal defense lawyer), Brown County (Green Bay criminal defense lawyer), Fond du Lac County (Fond du Lac criminal defense lawyer), and Winnebago County (Oshkosh criminal defense lawyer)
The material on this site is a product of the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Jensen. Unless otherwise noted it may be used for any legal purpose with attribution.