Hurley Burish and Stanton, SC Attorneys at law

2017 So Far: Recent Wins in Criminal Cases

Attorney Jonas Bednarek and Attorney David Saperstein have both achieved great results for their respective clients. Take a look below for some of their most recent highlights. Dane County – Disorderly Conduct Dismissed Attorney Bednarek’s client was charged with Disorderly Conduct with modifiers for domestic abuse and use of a dangerous weapon. The charge was […]

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Dane County – Disorderly Conduct Reopened and Reduced (“Expungement”)

Client was applying for government and NGO work that would require him to travel internationally; and an old misdemeanor disorderly conduct conviction was preventing him from passing background checks and from traveling to certain countries. Although client was not eligible for formal “expungement,” Saperstein negotiated an agreement with the prosecutor to reopen the criminal charge […]

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City of Middleton – OWI by Controlled Substance Reduced to Inattentive Driving

Attorney Saperstein’s client was pulled over for alleged weaving outside of her lane. Officer did not note any odor of alcohol, but required client to perform field sobriety tests and her blood was drawn. Attorney Saperstein was able to get the OWI reduced to an inattentive driving citation by arguing that her satisfactory performance on […]

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Dane County – Battery and Strangulation Charges Reduced to Non-criminal Ordinance Violation

Attorney Saperstein’s Client’s felony and misdemeanor charges arose from accusations by a girlfriend after she had seen him flirt with another woman. Client also had to defend against a restraining order filed by the accuser. Attorney Saperstein used the restraining order hearing to aggressively cross examine the accuser and other witnesses, and then use that […]

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Multiple Counties – Many Restraining Orders Dismissed

Saperstein has a winning record of defending client’s against restraining orders. He has defended many clients, in several counties, who have found themselves defending against Harassment and Domestic Abuse Restraining Orders. Among them — a tavern owner whose neighbor filed a restraining order alleging excessive noise alleged threats by patrons; a client who subleased several […]

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