Andrew Mishlove

Andrew Mishlove

4425 N Port Washington Road, Suite 110
Glendale, WI 53212

Phone: 414-332-3499

Website: http://www.wisconsin-owi.com

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About Andrew Mishlove

Course Director, Serious Science, The NCDD Advanced Course in Blood Analysis and TrialAdvocacy, 2014 to present; NCDD Regent, 2011-present; Graduate of the Spence Trial Lawyers College, 2014; Board Certified Specialist in DUI/OWI Defense, 2005-present; Co-Author, Wisconsin OWI Defense, The Law and Practice, 2013; NCDD Wisconsin State Delegate 2009-2011; Chairman of the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin, 1990-1994; Editor, Wisconsin Criminal Law News, 1990-1994; Top-Rated by Superlawyers, Martindale-Hubbell and Avvo; Voted Wisconsin's Best DUI Defense lawyer Wisconsin Law Journal readers' poll.


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