With significant experience representing clients like you and a commitment to communicating with you over the entire course of your criminal case, you’ll have a realistic picture of your situation so that you can make informed decisions throughout. Leah believes that you should not have to worry about your lawyer not being available to you.
Leah earned her law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2011 and her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice magna cum laude from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2004. She also completed certification as a paralegal over the course of her studies. She has worked with Mastantuono & Coffee since 2006, first as a paralegal and now as an attorney, developing deep practice experience in areas ranging from OWI (drunk driving) cases to Federal Sentencing Guidelines issues. She uses this broad experience and a commitment to the firm’s approach of helping each client to develop an individual strategy suited to the particular case.
Leah's approach is to make the process understandable and to work towards the best possible outcome for clients. She develops litigation and trial strategies early during representation to create options for achieving the best possible outcome for her clients. Her tenacity in investigating her cases and researching pretrial motion issues is a hallmark of her practice.
Leah is accessible and personable, and you will be able to communicate directly with her from the moment she takes on your case. Facing criminal charges, it is vital to know that you have a criminal lawyer who is both highly-skilled and personable. When you are facing the complex legal system, Leah will use these skills to fight for you.