Tracey Wood & Associates


Tracey Wood & Associates

DUI-DWI, Felony, White Collar Crime,

  • Fax: 608-661-6309
  • Firm Year: 2014
  • Office Hour: Monday-Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Language: English

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Tracey Ann Wood

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Criminal, DUI-DWI, Felony, White Collar Crime
Defense Attorney Tracey Wood is highly regarded as Wisconsin's premier expert on Drunk Driving, Drug

Tracey A. Wood is an aggressive criminal defense attorney in Madison, Wisconsin. She focuses her practice on defending the rights of individuals whet... (more)

Sex Crimes, Drug Crimes, Appeals

"I contacted Tracey Woods office in order to have them look into a very sensitive matter of which I won't discuss the details here. Suffice to say that they handled my issue with the utmost care and professionalism. They stayed in contact with me throughout the whole process and provided me with valuable insight and advice and were very proactive in their work. I highly recommend Tracey Wood & Associates to anyone in need of top notch legal help and can be rest assured that their case is in good hands with them on the case."

  6 months ago     Troy Cotter

"Sarah, Joleen, and the entire staff at Tracey Wood and Associates have been an amazing group of people to work with. Going through a legal issue can be extremely stressful and mind boggling. They kept me calm throughout the entire process. The amount of steps it takes to prepare for and go to a trial can be overwhelming. Sarah, Joleen and the team were not only 100% organized, they also handled everything with ease. I could not have been introduced to a better team of people."

  6 months ago     Matt Urlacher

"I strongly recommend Tracey Wood & Associates. I must say that I was treated very well. My results were far better than I expected for my DUI. The staff is amazing and so helpful. Once I retained Tracey Wood & Associates, I felt the burden and worry lifted from my shoulders. I received valuable and helpful information throughout the process. They also handled 2 cases on the Municipal level that were related to my DUI case. All of the services they provided, were included in one very reasonable retainer fee. I am forever grateful to this entire team, Thank you for everything, Tracey Wood & Associates ! Karla J"

  9 months ago     karla Johnson

"Tracy and her staff were amazing, they jumped on my case immediately. They answered every question and always made me feel like I was a priority. They were really by my side thru one of the most difficult situations, and got me the best possible outcome. I would definitely recommend them to anyone!"

  7 months ago     r w

"Tracey Wood & Associates is a great law firm that will not only get the results that you're looking for, and do all the foot work involved in a case that doesn't involve you to go to court in person, unless absolutely needed in a court room. Their untireless devotion to your case is astronomical by no standard that exists, they pave the way to justice in a way that is rarely seen, if at all. I not strongly recommend, no, insist that if anyone has any reason to be in a court room that Tracey Wood & Associates be contacted and hired immediately, if not sooner to protect you from injustice and persecution by any jurisdiction in any state at any time for any court action."

  7 months ago     Henry Bumber

Tracey Wood & Associates
1 S Pinckney St #950
Madison, WI 53703


1 S Pinckney St #950
Madison, WI 53703

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