Who is the best criminal defense lawyer in Minnesota? I am often asked this question by people facing serious criminal charges. What these people really want to know is, “can you refer me to a criminal attorney who does excellent work, for my circumstances, at a reasonable fee?”
Below are the criminal defense attorneys I recommend for most cases. They are professional, smart, experienced. They have integrity. They do great work. They get results.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Sieben Edmunds PLLC
2299 Waters Drive
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
Criminal Defense Attorney
Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
333 South Seventh Street, Suite 2850
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Minnesota law distinguishes between assault and battery in private lawsuits. Minnesota’s criminal code on the other hand, does not distinguish between assault and battery. Instead criminal assault include both, differentiated by different degrees of assault.
Domestic Violence is the infliction of harm or the fear of imminence of harm against a family or household member by a family or household member.
When facing criminal charges, it is important to have a defense attorney who will fight for your rights. There are many tactics that are useful to defend against these types of charges.
Some laws apply differently to juveniles and there are laws that only apply to them. Each state has different laws that apply to juveniles.
While traffic violations may not be the most serious crime, they should still be taken seriously. Traffic violations can result in significant losses and can quickly add up if not taken care of.
While white collar crimes usually only involve financial damage, they can result in significant harm to a lot of people. The process of holding white collar criminals accountable can be long and difficult.
In Minnesota, reckless homicide is encompassed by murder in the third degree. Third degree murder is unintentionally causing the death of another by perpetrating an act eminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind, without regard for human life. Murder in the third degree is defined by Minn. Stat. § 609.195.
Burglary is unlawfully breaking into, or remaining in, a building with the intent to commit a crime there.
Drug related criminal laws have become more severe and are very serious. If you find yourself facing charges related to drugs, having an attorney that is experienced in the area can help you significantly.
An expungement can be very helpful if you have something on your criminal record that is holding you back. They are not always possible and can be very difficult.
The internet has also created a number of new types of crimes. As a result, the FBI has also begun cracking down extensively. The term “internet crime” encompasses a host of different crimes that all use the internet as a medium.
Minnesota has laws for sex crimes that differ from other states. Sex crimes are very serious and it is important to understand the difference between crimes as well as the degree.
There are different types of theft differing in what is being stolen, how it is being stolen or who is stealing. The severity of the crime varies depending on a number of factors involved.
Weapons charges arise in a number of forms. Common areas include
It would be difficult to list all the different types of criminal charges. While they are all found in the law, law enforcement may use different names for the same charge. Below is a list of some common types of charges in Minnesota.
If you have been arrested, do not delay in getting advice from an attorney. The days after an arrest are critical to obtaining the evidence against you, avoiding additional problems, and preparing your defense.