Attorneys Matt Huppertz and Mark Powers are partners at the criminal defense law firm of Huppertz & Powers, S.C. in Waukesha.
Since beginning his career in 1982, Huppertz has argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court five times and has lectured on the admissibility of DNA evidence in criminal cases.
Powers served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Waukesha County District Attorney's office as well as a municipal judge in North Prairie.
For more information, please visit www.waukeshacriminalattorneys.com.
Which is more important: taking advantage of modern technology to take an even bigger bite out of crime or preserving centuries-old protections against unreasonable searches? That is the question now sitting before the U.S. Supreme Court as it hears the case of Maryland v. King. If you are arrested, should the police have the right to take a swab of your DNA even if you have not been convicted?
As if gang raping the 15 year-old girl wasn’t bad enough, the three 16 year-old boys who stand accused of committing the crime at a house party in Saratoga, California are also accused of taking pictures of the attack and then posting them online to share with their friends at school.