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The criminal justice system may criminalize you before you even get a fair trial. Don't let them get away with it. Your rights are worth fighting for.
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Milwaukee and Fox Cities Lawyer

An Attorney Making A Difference In People’s Lives

Good people find themselves facing real issues, real legal problems. Our legal system is layered and complex, and a fair and just outcome is not guaranteed. Your choice of legal representation will greatly affect the outcome of your issue.

For Attorney Pat Rupich, you are more than your case number; you are a human being facing legitimate problems with serious implications that could affect your life and the life of your loved ones. Even small legal issues can have have unwanted consequences if not properly addressed.  You need competent professional help. You deserve to have someone on your side.

Our law firm provides personal, one-on-one attention to each client we serve.  Attorney Pat Rupich is skilled, experienced, and works diligently to find the BEST solution for each situation. For defendants charged with a misdemeanor or felony crime, Attorney Rupich will fight the immense resources of the state prosecution to defend your rights, to defend your presumption of Innocence. He will attack improper actions of law enforcement and expose weak evidence.  Included in his criminal defense practice, Attorney Rupich defends juveniles charged in children’s court, and defends those unjustly served with a restraining order.

A portion of the practice is devoted to helping people with financial problems. Many people feel overwhelmed by bills and the constant harassment of debt collectors. There are options, there is a way out. Attorney Pat Rupich helps people restructure or eliminate their debts and get a fresh start through bankruptcy.

From our offices in Milwaukee, Attorney Rupich practices in southeastern WIsconsin including the Fox Cities of Appleton, Kaukauna, Menasha, and Neenah, as well as Oshkosh and surrounding communities.

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense Law

The criminal justice system can be unforgiving, with law enforcement and prosecutors doing everything possible to hand out convictions. Too many times individual rights are compromised when someone is investigated, arrested or charged with a crime. This is unacceptable.

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Restraining Orders Defense

Restraining orders (also known as injunctions) are intended to protect victims of violence, neglect or abuse. In some cases, however, they are misused or unjustified. Not only does the alleged abuser end up with a restraining order filed against him or her, he or she could also end up with the stigma of a serious criminal record.

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Juvenile Defense In Children's Court

Your child’s moment of poor judgment or delinquent behaviors should not sentence him or her to a life in the criminal justice system. Unfortunately, that is exactly what happens when overzealous law enforcement officers or prosecutors fail to act in accordance with proper juvenile court/children’s court procedures.

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Bankruptcy and Chapter 128

Overwhelming debt does not come out of nowhere. It happens over time when hardworking people meet obstacles that cannot be met on their income alone. Unemployment, medical issues and predatory lending practices all can easily lead to insurmountable debt — debt that can be handled by filing bankruptcy or Chapter 128 bankruptcy alternatives.

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The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. To schedule a meeting with Attorney Patrick Rupich, please call or complete the contact form below.

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What Clients Say

“Very intelligent. Made the lies come out and got results.”

Clinton Griffin

Pat was extremely helpful. He stayed connected with me whenever I had even the simplest question. He knew what he was taking about and made my case as stress free as I could’ve imagined. My only regret was not hiring him sooner. I absolutely would recommend him in a heartbeat.

MItch Jeske

Pat Rupich is an excellent lawyer who has what it takes to get good results. He answered every question that I had and was also attentive to details. I would highly recommend Rupich Law Offices if you want to be represented by someone who is precise and professional.

Jake Lindner

All I can say is this guy is full of WIN. Money well spent.

Jesse Riggle

Patrick knows how to help you. He’s creative and is quick, he’s highly intelligent. You won’t be disappointed if you choose this man to represent you.

Natalie Velasquez

I got troubles sometimes and they all were solved more than I expected.

Ann Truong Tran

Pat is a Fighter.


Focused on criminal defense, juvenile defense, restraining order defense,  and debt relief representation.


Voted “A Super Lawyers Rising Star” in 2008, 2009 and 2010.


Weekend and weeknight appointments available by appointment.

Free Consultation

Call Rupich Law at (414) 302-7042 to set up a free consult.

Learn more about Attorney Pat Rupich

Your life, your freedoms, your financial resources are at stake. Don’t let them take it from you without a fight.

About Rupich Law

Attorney Pat Rupich focuses his law practice in the areas of criminal defense, juvenile defense, restraining order defense, and debt options.  He serves southeastern Wisconsin and the Fox Valley, including Milwaukee County, Outagamie County, Winnebago County, and Fond du Lac County


  • Criminal Defense
  • Juvenile Defense
  • Restraining Orders
  • Bankruptcy

Milwaukee WI

Rupich Law Offices
The Clock Tower Building
2266 N. Prospect Ave, Ste 606B
Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 302-7042
Fax (414) 455-0830


Madison office
6601 Grand Teton Plaza, Ste 7
Madison, WI 53719

(608) 622-1816

Do not send Attorney Rupich private information until you speak with us and receive specific authorization to send information to us. Unsolicited information is not confidential. Unless and until you enter into a written attorney-client contract with Attorney Rupich, any information provided to Attorney Rupich is not private or confidential, and is not protected by attorney-client privilege or by any other privilege or confidence.