Attorney Julius Kim serves as the managing partner of the law firm of Kim & LaVoy, S.C.
specializes in the area of criminal defense, and is particularly knowledgeable in handling cases involving drug offenses, sex offenses, domestic violence, drunk driving, and white collar crimes.
has an AV Preeminent™ attorney rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the nation's leading authority on lawyers and law firms for over 140 years.
This rating is the highest possible rating for legal ability and ethical standards.
Before entering private practice, Mr. Kim
was as an Assistant District Attorney in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
has handled thousands of criminal cases in his
career ranging from drunk driving to homicide and is very knowledgeable in all criminal matters.
As a former criminal prosecutor, Mr. Kim understands both sides of a criminal prosecution and has special insight into the methods and procedures utilized by law enforcement as well as the inner-workings of the District Attorney's Office.
has litigated over 100 jury trials in his
career and won the vast majority of them.
is known and respected as a skilled trial lawyer and tenacious advocate.
has also successfully litigated hundreds of legal challenges or "motion hearings" ensuring that law enforcement officers follow proper procedures and that his
clients' rights are always protected.
In addition, Mr. Kim
has negotiated thousands of criminal cases through the plea bargaining process.
As an experienced negotiator, Mr. Kim
has been able to obtain favorable plea deals for his
has handled numerous high profile cases that have garnered national media attention, and he
has provided expert commentary on criminal matters to various print, radio and television news outlets.
Mr. Kim was also a contributing author to the publication: Inside the Minds: Defense Strategies for Drug Crimes - Leading Lawyers on Adapting to Recent Trends, Working with Law Enforcement, and Preparing a Solid Defense.
Mr. Kim is a graduate of Marquette University Law School and is active in the community.
He has been an instructor for the City of Milwaukee Police Department as well as the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department.
He has also been a guest lecturer at Marquette University and an advisor to the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice regarding domestic violence investigations.
Mr. Kim also serves on the Board of Managers for the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee (West Suburban Branch).
professional memberships include the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Milwaukee Bar Association, the Waukesha County Bar Association, and the Washington County Bar Association
is admitted to practice law in the State of Wisconsin, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, the United States Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.