Paul A. Ksicinski

Of Counsel

As a public defender, Paul Ksicinski was the recipient of the Wisconsin Public Defender Performance Recognition Award that honored his “sustained outstanding performance” regarding client representation. He was also awarded Certificate of Appreciation from Public Defender Office for “perseverance, leadership and attention to detail” so that the Office was “better prepared to argue issues in the area of identity, expert witnesses and motions in limine.” Paul Ksicinski's other acts outline has been used by Professor Stephen P. Hurley at UW Madison Law School for his evidence class. Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David T. Prosser referred to Paul Ksicinski's lawyering as “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. 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 on a mentally retarded man .


541 W Historic Mitchell St
Milwaukee , Wisconsin , 53204
United States

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