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Experienced Criminal Defense For Minnesota Students

A criminal charge is serious for anyone, but for a college student, a conviction can do significant damage to his or her education, career and future. A criminal record may limit access to financial aid and make it harder to get a job in the future. It is important that you protect your rights, or the rights of your child, after an arrest.

At Groshek Law PA in Minneapolis, our criminal defense lawyers defend Minnesota college students facing criminal charges. For most students, this may be the first time facing the criminal justice system. For parents, the fear of an arrest forever limiting the opportunities of their children is tremendous.

Our attorneys provide effective options and aggressive defense for clients. Call us today at 612-426-7047.

Experienced Legal Guidance After An Arrest Of A College Student

Students from the University of Minnesota and other Twin Cities public and private colleges and universities may be charged with a variety of crimes, including:

Police, including campus police, resident assistants and other authority figures may conduct searches of dorm rooms that can lead to criminal charges. As your criminal defense lawyer, Christa Groshek can advise you on what you are facing, whether there is any type of diversion program available and whether we can get the charges expunged from your criminal record.

To learn more information regarding Christa’s holistic approach to criminal defense and her willingness to fight for every client, contact her for a consultation. Call 612-426-7047 or send us an email.


At Groshek Law PA, each client is viewed as an individual, not a legal problem.


We start with a proactive approach through mutual education.


We expect the unexpected, so we are always prepared.


Our attorneys adhere to the Highest Professional Standard.

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