Attorney Michael Turner
Michael Turner is the original associate with Hogan Eickhoff having joined the firm’s founding members when he graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2017. Since joining, Michael has dedicated himself solely to the craft of criminal defense. Michael provides representation from misdemeanors to the most serious felonies and provides knowledge and insight as he fights for his client’s goals.


  • University of Wisconsin Law School 2017
  • University of DePaul 2014
    • Double Major History and Political Science Magna Cum Laude
    • Minor Catholic Studies

Work History

  • Hogan Eickhoff SC
  • Wisconsin Department of Justice Criminal Litigation Unit
  • Wisconsin Department of Justice Civil Litigation Unit
  • Intern at the Dane County Courthouse for the Honorable Judge Frank Remington
  • Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons
  • Intern for the Legal Counsel to the Governor

Throughout his tenure, Michael Turner has a record of achieving results and has gained excellent experience to continue growing in the career he has dedicated himself to. Michael has high level jury trial experience, in addition to successful motion practices and thorough negotiations. At every step of the case, Michael is involved, attentive, and working for your best interests.

Prior to joining Hogan Eickhoff, Michael attended the University of Wisconsin Law School. Early on, Michael took particular interest in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law, which spurred his decision to participate in the Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons (LAIP) clinic where he gained experience in criminal defense. In the following years, he gained additional experience and perspective while interning for Dane County Judge Remington and for the Wisconsin Department of Justice Criminal Litigation Unit. This unique background gives Michael the ability to look at your case from multiple angles to determine the best options for your case.

Personally, Michael hails from Reedsburg, WI, where he is the youngest of five children. He attended DePaul University and graduated with a double major in History and Political Science prior to attending law school and joining Hogan Eickhoff. Although a transplant to the Fox Cities, he feels at home having grown up a Packer fan and spending time in Door County every summer. He is a parishioner at St. Joseph’s in Appleton and is enjoying trying all the local fish fries and the natural beauty that the Fox Cities have to offer. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, hiking, golfing and watching the Packers, Badgers, Bucks and Brewers.