Hurley Burish and Stanton, SC Attorneys at law

Richland County – Domestic Abuse/Battery and Strangulation Charges Dismissed

After interviewing several witnesses to the incident, including the complaining witness, Attorney Saperstein negotiated the dismissal of his client’s charges. The interviews revealed a stark contrast between the original reporting of the incident and the version consistently reported by these witnesses, many of whom were never interviewed by police. […]

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Am I Guilty of Disorderly Conduct ?

Disorderly Conduct, aka the “catch-all” offense. The definition of the charge, under Wisconsin Statutes section 947.0, is a laundry list of behaviors that reads like a typical evening of reality T.V., but that can land the average, non-celebrity- citizen in court or in jail. Let’s take a look at the definition of “DC”, and tease […]

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