J Steven House

J Steven House; Steven House was the ultimate professional. I was facing 2 felony charges. Steven House accesed the situation and at the end of the day the charges were dismissed. He’s the best.

This is the lawyer you want on your side. Steven was a godsend in a very hard time in my life. He was relentless in fighting for me. When battling a system that is daily being stacked against a defendant a top lawyer is what you need and J Steven House is the top in my book he saved my ass and i will never forget it. I can honestly say he was worth 10 times what i paid him. But hey who can put a price on freedom right.
Mr. House was very knowledgeable and sucessesfully handled my dui case. He was very good in keeping me informed of updates and was very professional. I would highly recommend his services. [Client Review]

Fees: Fixed (sometimes), Free consultation (30 minutes)

Payment types: Cash, Check, Credit card

Contact info
J Steven House3
House Law Office222 S. Hamilton St., Suite 21
Madison, WI, 53703-3201


Office (608) 254-9537
Fax (608) 338-0009






State Status Acquired Updated
WI Good Standing 2006 03/26/2015
TN Surrendered 2000 07/19/2016

Award name Grantor Date granted
Client’s Choice Award Avvo 2013
NHTSA Field Sobriety Test Administration Certifiction Platt and Associates 2012
Harno Fellow University of Illinois College of Law 1999
Magna Cum Laude honors University of Illinois College of Law 1999
Honors Society in Philosophy Phi Sigma Tau 1994

Work experience
Title Company name Duration
Owner-Attorney House Law Office 2010 – Present
Attorney Mays Law Office, LLC. 2009 – 2010
Owner-Attorney Law Office of J. Steven House 2006 – 2008
Attorney Knox County Public Defender Community Law Office 2000 – 2006

School name Major Degree Graduated
University of Illinois College of Law Law JD – Juris Doctor 1999
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Philosophy BA – Bachelor of Arts 1994

Speaking engagements
Conference name Title Date
2006 State Public Defender’s Annual Training Conference HIPAA’s Impact on Criminal, Juvenile, and Mentally Ill Clients 2006

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