Eric P. Pitsch

Attorney Profile

Top Rated DUI-DWI Attorney in Appleton, WI

Pitsch Law Offices LLC
 | 614 North Oneida Street, Appleton, WI 54911-5010
Phone: 920-380-0971
Selected to Rising Stars: 2013
Licensed Since: 2002
Practice Areas:
  • Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI (90%),
  • Family Law (10%)
Attorney Profile

Eric P. Pitsch is an attorney serving the areas of Green Bay, Appleton and northeastern Wisconsin. He concentrates his legal practice on cases pertaining to DWI and DUI defense, personal injury and family law. He began his successful law career in the field of insurance defense and ultimately formed his own law practice, Pitsch Law Offices, LLC. A native of Wisconsin, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for his undergraduate degree and UW-Milwaukee for his post-graduate degrees. After attending Oxford University-Magdalen College, where he studied international law, he continued his legal education in Florence, Italy, before ultimately receiving his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. His Wisconsin roots combined with his international education give Mr. Pitsch a unique perspective as he pursues the best possible outcome in every case.

Mr. Pitsch is well known for his success on behalf of his clients. He has also earned a reputation as an excellent researcher, adjunct college professor and author. In addition to the numerous, well-reviewed legal articles he has written, Eric Pitsch is also known for his book entitled “Lawyers, Mental Health Professionals and the Legal System,” for which he received outstanding reviews. Mr. Pitsch is an instructor for the Cardinal Stritch University, where he teaches a variety of legal subjects in both undergraduate and graduate courses.

Mr. Pitsch has a noteworthy ability to navigate complicated criminal defense cases. As such, he is well known for his professional and thorough approach to meeting the needs of his Wisconsin clients. He is passionate about every case and consistently strives to succeed for each of his clients.

 
Practice Areas
Lawyer Practice Area Pie Chart

Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI (90%): DUI/DWI

Family Law (10%)

Focus Areas

Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI: DUI/DWI

Selections

top-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 1 years

Rising Stars: 2013

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About Eric Pitsch

Admitted: 2002, Wisconsin

Professional Webpage: http://www.pitschlawoffices.com/About/Eric-P-Pitsch.shtml

Honors and Awards:

  • Apple Post Cresent selected as an "innovator" in 2008, Young attorney goes his own way, Appleton Post Crescent, 2008
  • I have been given many awards throughout my school years too.

Special Licenses/Certifications:

  • Title Agent

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Outagamie County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • U.S. District Court - Western District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin State Bar Association

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Periodically throughout the year, I provide free legal services to those in need.

Scholarly Lectures and Writings:

  • I teach in the Associate, Bachelor and Master programs for Cardinal Stritch. I teach Business Law, Ethics, Introduction to American Government & Politics, Legal & Ethical Issues for Managers,Wage, Salary & Benefits Administration, and Negotiation & Dispute Resolution classes., Adjunct Instructor, 2002
  • Pitsch, E., Sapp, M., McNeely, R. (2001). Effects of Locus of Control, Hypnotizability, Transcript Type, and Gender on Vividness of Imagination, Hypnotic Depth, and Inner Subjective Experience of Automaticity. Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy &Hypnosis, 22(1).  
  • "Lawyers, Mental Health Professionals & the Legal System" Received Outstanding Reviews
  • Rowe, T.C., Henderson, D.B., Pitsch, E.P., & Lemke, J.M. (1995). Motivation and Meaningful Coincidence: A Further Examination of Synchronicity. Journal of Scientific Exploration, 11(4)(4).
  • Sapp, M., Evanow, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Pitsch, E., Edwards, L., Kirsch, J. (1998). General Dissociation Scale: A DSM-IV Measure of Dissociation. Unpublished.
  • Evanow, M., Sapp, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Edwards, L., Pitsch, E., (1998). Hypnotic and Nonvolitional Responding: Quantitative and Qualitative Data. 106th Annual Convention- San Francisco, American Psychological Association.
  • Evanow, M., Sapp, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Edwards, L., Pitsch, E., (1998). Hypnotic and Nonvolitional Responding. 10th Annual School of Education Research Conference- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
  • Sapp, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Evanow, M, Pitsch, E., Kirsch, J., Jones, S., Daly, A. (1999). Hypnosis, Automaticity, Involuntariness, and Nonvolitional Responding. 107th  Annual Convention- Boston, American Psychological Association.
  • Pitsch , E., Sapp, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Edwards, L., Kirsch, J., Evanow, M. (1999). Hypnotizability: locus of control, direct and indirect hypnosis. 107th Annual Convention- Boston, American Psychological Association.
  • Pitsch, E., Sapp, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Edwards, L., Kirsch, J., Evanow, M. (1999). Hypnotizability, locus of control, and hypnotic scripting, and gender. 11th Annual School of Education Research Conference- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
  • Pitsch, E. (1999). Hypnotizability, locus of control, and hypnotic scripting. Master’s Thesis, Department of Education. Golda Meir Library call number P9873.
  • Kirsch, J., Sapp, M., Pitsch, E., Evanow, M., Pumphrey, K., Jones, S., Edwards, L. (1999). Alert Hypnosis and Attention Deficit Disorder. Unpublished.
  • Pitsch, E. (2001). Hypnosis and the Law. Doctoral Thesis, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Unpublished.  
  • Pitsch, E. (2003) Lawyers, Mental Health Professional & the Legal System: A look at the professionals who work within the legal system, hypnosis as a scientific tool, and sexual abuse. 1st Books Library. Bloomington, In.

Verdicts and Settlements:

  • I have had several favorable verdicts, including these in which each case was completely dismissed: State v. Bristol; State v. Dratch; City v. Phillips; State v. Fritz; State v. LaMere; State v. DePaoli.

Representative Clients:

  • I represent many criminal offenders, including those for such crimes as sexual assault, aggravated battery, strangulation, domestic abuse and drunk driving. I also have represented people with Family Law issues, such as those in need of help with domestic, custody, placement, child support, termination of parental rights, and divorce issues.

Other Outstanding Achievements:

  • National Alliance For The Mentally Ill (NAMI) - Lecture entitled, "People With Mental Illness And Their Struggles Through The Legal System"
  • Career Options, Inc. - Lecture on Worker's Compensation

Newsletters:

  • I have also created and update a blog on Personal Injury, Personal Injury
  • I have also created and update a blog on Divorce, Divorce
  • I have created and update a blog on Drunk Driving., Drunk Driving

Educational Background:

  • Oxford University Faculty of Law, International Law
  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Masters Degree in Education Psychology & Community Counseling, 1999
  • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, B.S. in Psychology, 1997
Office Location for Eric P. Pitsch

614 North Oneida Street
Appleton, WI 54911-5010

Phone: 920-380-0971

 

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Last Updated: 4/6/2017

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