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Godfrey, Braun & Frazier, LLP
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Commercial Real Estate Purchases & Sales

Consumer Real Estate

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Residential Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

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Richard D. Riebel was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He came to Milwaukee as an undergraduate, received his BA from Marquette University in 1970 and his JD from Marquette University in 1974. Richard’s practice has been concentrated in the commercial/corporate transactional area. He served as outside general counsel to numerous Milwaukee businesses, handling a wide variety of legal issues: business formation, acquisitions, financing, contract formation and employm
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Vice President
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Karp Law Offices
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Family Law

Wrongful Death

Medical Malpractice

Divorce

Personal Injury

Malpractice

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Attorney David B. Karp is considered by many to be one of the best trial lawyers in the State of Wisconsin. He has garnered such honors as being named a "Super Lawyer" by Milwaukee Magazine for five consecutive years (2005-10), and has been listed in the "Best Lawyers in America" publication for six consecutive years (2006-11). He was recently selected into the Top 100 Trial Lawyers (The American Trial Lawyer's Association.) He is a member of the American Association of Justice, The Wisconsin A
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Shareholder
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Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
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Personal Injury

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Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik, S.C.
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Since joining the firm in 1976 after graduating from UW Law School, Mr. Cieslewicz has represented businesses, municipalities and individuals in numerous state and federal trials, administrative hearings and appeals. If you allow him to handle your case, he will work hard to achieve the best result possible. Education: J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 1976 B.A. Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1973 Admissions: U.S. Court of Appeals - Seventh Circuit U.S. District Court-Eas
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Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
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Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Sigma Nu. Member, Marquette Law Review, 1979-1981. Member, National Moot Court Teams. Adjunct Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School.
According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Forensic crime laboratories are responsible for examining and reporting on physical evidence collected during criminal investigations for federal, state, and local jurisdictions. The nation’s forensic crime laboratories receive requests for a variety of forensic services, such as DNA analysis, controlled substance identification, and latent fingerprint examination. DNA evidence collected from a crime scene can implicate or eliminate a suspect, similar to the use of fingerprints. It also can analyze unidentified remains through comparisons with DNA from relatives. Additionally, when evidence from one crime scene is compared with evidence from another using Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), those crime scenes can be linked to the same perpetrator locally, statewide, and nationally.
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According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Medical examiners and coroners’ offices are responsible for the medicolegal investigation of death. They may conduct death scene investigations, perform autopsies, and determine the cause and manner of death when a person has died as a result of violence, under suspicious circumstances, without a physician in attendance, or for other reasons. Depending on the circumstances of the death, characteristics of the death scene, the decedent’s medical history, and other factors, death cases may be cleared without the medical examiner or coroner accepting jurisdiction and conducting an additional investigation to determine the cause and manner of death.
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According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, There were 389 publicly funded forensic crime laboratories in 2005, up from 351 in 2002.
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