Des Moines, Iowa Lawyer Patrick L. Wilson

Patrick L. Wilson is an Iowa attorney located in Des Moines, Iowa. He has been in the private practice of law since January, 1982. Attorney Patrick L. Wilson has over 35 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney. He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from Drake University. He started practicing in Ottumwa, Iowa. In 1984, he opened an office in Marshalltown, Iowa where he continued to practice criminal defense, family law and personal injury.

In 1987, Patrick Wilson was appointed as a part-time judicial magistrate in Marshall County, Iowa. His career as magistrate spanned 17 years. During his tenure, Patrick presided in well over 1,000 trials. In his private practice, he has defended countless individuals accused of criminal charges. Those charges range from Murder 1st Degree to simple misdemeanor traffic tickets. Patrick Wilson defends OWI (drunk driving), theft, assault, domestic abuse, burglary, and drug charges. If you are charged with a crime, call today for your free consult.

If you are facing an accusation of criminal conduct, you will need representation. Call the lawyer with experience. Call Patrick L. Wilson, Des Moines, Iowa criminal defense attorney. Zealous advocacy at a reasonable cost. The police and prosecution are paid to prosecute you. They want you convicted.

If you have been accused of driving while intoxicated (drunk driving) OWI, visit to learn all the details about your charge.

My first words of advice to all clients is to remain silent. Do not discuss your case with anyone but me. The folks you talk to may end up on the witness stand for the State in the prosecution of you. Protect your Constitutional rights, remain silent. Call and visit with an experienced attorney for competent legal advice.

At present, his practice is limited to criminal defense, personal injury and no-conflict dissolution matters. If you need assistance, call 515-216-4420 to speak with Des Moines defense lawyer Patrick Wilson. Call your defense lawyer, Patrick L. Wilson and talk to Patrick, not a machine.