At Martinez & Ruby, LLP, Attorney Meyer-O’Day exclusively handles criminal and related matters, both at the trial and appellate levels. Attorney Jeremiah Meyer-O’Day has dedicated his career to the service of others and the protection of the “little guy.” He has extensive trial experience, and a record of successfully litigating issues involving the violation of clients’ constitutional rights. He has convinced judges to throw out evidence obtained by police illegally on numerous occasions and convinced the court of appeals that a particular statute was unconstitutional.
Attorney Meyer-O’Day is a native of Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and Honors in the Liberal Arts. Meyer-O’Day then attended Northeastern University School of Law. He made the Dean’s List each quarter and graduated in 2013 with a Degree of Juris Doctor.
Mr. Meyer-O’Day’s legal career began at a non-profit law firm in Madison, Wisconsin, where he helped people in both criminal and civil proceedings, including evictions, collections, and family-law issues. Attorney Meyer-O’Day then joined the Office of the State Public Defender, working in the Lancaster, Wisconsin office. There, he defended people accused of crimes at all levels of severity. In 2018, Attorney Meyer-O’Day joined Martinez & Ruby LLP as an Associate Attorney.
Attorney Meyer-O’Day serves on the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (WACDL), which fosters the successful practice of criminal law. He is a recipient of the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Hanson Award, reserved for lawyers who achieve the rare task of securing a non-guilty verdict in a first-degree intentional homicide case.