Paul A. Ksicinski

 Paul A. Ksicinski

Paul Ksicinski is an attorney with 30 years of trial attorney experience.Selected as one of the 10 Best Attorneys in Wisconsin by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys in 2019. He keeps it real by providing high caliber representation

Firm Overview

"Five star rating!!! Paul Ksicinski is needed because people in authority try to get away with things even when they know they are wrong." -- Kelly J., parent of a client.

Paul Ksicinski knows how much a conviction can change your life, and I will tirelessly fight the charges against you. He has received honors from his peers for his sustained outstanding performance regarding client representation. Justice David T. Prosser referred to Paul Ksicinski's lawyering as an excellent and skillful. Paul Ksicinski is particularly skilled in instituting complex litigation such as the first challenge to race based traffic stops in Milwaukee County; the first challenge to Milwaukee County In-Custody Intake procedure of shackling all criminal defendants; exposed racial origins of felon disenfranchisement by filing first Wisconsin Voter's Right Act challenge to felon disenfranchisement and has challenged Wisconsin's same sex marriage ban. Paul Ksicinski's legal practice has been highlighted by the televising of one of his homicide trials on TRU TV and the dismissal of homicide and sexual assault charges against a mentally retarded man.

Main Office

Main Office
38 South Main Street Suite 1056
Oconomowoc WI 53066


(414) 530-5214


(262) 000-0000


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