Attorney Jonas D. Bednarek’s client was charged with OWI (drunk driving) 3rd Offense. Attorney Bednarek argued to the Court that the evidence should be suppressed because the Dane County Police had violated his client’s Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. The Court agreed. No evidence, no charges, no case; dismissed. […]
Bednarek’s client was arrested after a search, on alleged charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges were dismissed after Attorney Bednarek successfully argued a motion to suppress the evidence, which had been seized illegally in violation of his client’s Fourth Amendment rights. […]
Attorney Bednarek’s client had been charged with 3rd Offense OWI. Bednarek successfully fought for a dismissal of the case, arguing that police had violated his client’s 4th Amendment rights during the arrest. […]
Attorney Bednarek’s client was charged with drunk driving (OWI), as a 3rd Offense. Charges were dismissed as a result of Bednarek’s argument to the Court that police violated his client’s 4th Amendment rights. […]
The ever-eroding 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution took another hit in Wisconsin in 2015, courtesy of our Wisconsin Supreme Court. In State v. Daniel S. Iverson (cited as 2015 WI 101), our State’s highest court upheld a stop of the defendant’s car based upon a state trooper apparently witnessing a passenger in the car toss a cigarette butt out of the window. Following the stop of his car, the driver, Mr. Iverson, was investigated for and charged with drunk driving (OWI). […]
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