Jeff is a lawyer.
Jeff graduated cum laude from Marquette University in 2007. He majored in Criminology and Law Studies, History, and Sociology, and he minored in Philosophy, Theology, Ethics, and Justice & Peace.
He graduated from Marquette University Law School in 2010, where he was a member of the Sports Law Society and the Criminal Law Society. He also served as an Associate Editor of the Marquette University Law Review, and received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for both Law & Economics and Federal Courts. He has focused on criminal defense from then on. He's licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Wisconsin.
In one trial, several detectives identified Jeff’s client as the individual who sold cocaine to a confidential informant, drove his client’s vehicle from the scene, and handed over his client’s driver’s license when his vehicle was pulled over. The jury found Jeff’s client not guilty. In another trial, officers testified that his client admitted that the drugs found in the back of his van were his. The jury found Jeff’s client not guilty. In one case, the prosecutor was left with no choice but to dismiss criminal OWI charges against Jeff’s client immediately after Jeff finished cross-examining the State’s very first witness.
Jeff is a person.
Jeff loves Marquette basketball and his fiancée. He grew up in Greenfield, Wisconsin, and was on the volleyball and tennis teams in high school. Jeff is an Eagle Scout, and is also the reigning Blockbuster World Video Game Championship II Store Champion at the 76th and Forest Home location (SEGA Genesis format).