Christopher Bub is a criminal defense attorney. He has defended hundreds of people accused of crimes. He also has a background in science, engineering and complex litigation. This gives him an advantage when handling modern-day criminal cases, which often involve complex and scientific issues. But above all else, Christopher cares about each of his clients. Here is how Christopher describes his approach to criminal defense:
“First and foremost, I listen to my clients. I listen—closely—to their ideas, their questions, their opinions, their concerns, their goals, and to any other matters they feel are important to their defense and their future. Then I prepare—thoroughly. No hearing is routine. No meeting is routine. No negotiation is routine. Only by caring and with preparation is success possible.’
State Bar of Minnesota
State Bar of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
J.D., magna cum laude,
Marquette University Law School
Bachelor of Science, with distinction,
University of Minnesota
Christopher earned his engineering degree from the University of Minnesota. Criminal cases today often involve scientific issues. Christopher’s background gives him an advantage when dealing with these. He’s used his knowledge of science to confront and discredit government experts in DNA analysis, forensic pathology, and other forensic sciences.
Christopher began his legal career practicing complex commercial litigation at one of the 200 largest law firms in the United States. As a commercial litigator, he achieved success in high-stakes lawsuits, defending clients against multi-million dollar claims. He also defended clients accused of regulatory violations by government agencies.
For years now, however, Christopher has focused his practice on criminal defense. He combines his experience in science, complex litigation and criminal defense to provide high-level legal representation to individuals facing serious criminal charges.