Michael M. Rajek

Michael M. Rajek

306 South Barstow Street, Suite 105
Eau Claire, WI 54701

Phone: 715-835-6111

Website: http://www.michaelmrajek.com

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About Michael M. Rajek

Juris Doctorate – University of Oklahoma Bachelor of Arts – University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Founding Member National College of DUI Defense Former District Attorney Member National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) Member Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Handled over 4,000 DWI cases, including 20 involving homicide by intoxicated use of motor vehicle Former member of Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board 10 years a Wisconsin Prosecutor Lecturer Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers Special Lecturer Arizona State University Law School Certified DWI Specialist (MSCJ) Practiced 38 years – Practice emphasis on DWI & Criminal Law Practices throughout state of Wisconsin Member Wisconsin Federal Bar 2013 Winter Session Graduate; 2014 Winter Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate; 2018 Summer Session Graduate


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