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Defense Against Felony And Misdemeanor Charges In Minnesota

If the state or federal prosecutors suspect that you have committed a crime, obtain experienced legal help. Prosecutors have at their disposal extensive investigative resources, working with police investigators, forensic pathologists, lab technicians, firearms experts and computer specialists.

When the stakes are high, contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer to help level the playing field for you. Call Groshek Law PA at 612-426-7047.

No Criminal Charge Is Minor

At Groshek Law PA in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we offer aggressive defense strategies for individuals facing all types of felony and misdemeanor charges. We know how to stay ahead of the prosecution at every turn possible through exposing inconsistencies in the evidence against you or any circumstantial evidence that proves there was no intent to commit a crime.

Applying Experience To Your Defense

In Minnesota, a criminal offense can be charged as a felony or misdemeanor in state or federal court. Many factors influence whether prosecutors will pursue felony or misdemeanor charges. Our lawyers have extensive experience in federal and state court defending individuals accused of committing a wide range of offenses, including:

Many crimes thought to have been committed over state boundaries or on American Indian reservations are prosecuted in federal court. The penalties for misdemeanor and felony offenses vary greatly. Misdemeanor offenses carry a maximum sentence of up to 90 days in jail and a maximum fine of $1,000. Common misdemeanors in Minnesota include traffic violations, first-offense DUI charges, drug use and possession, and shoplifting. If a suspect has a record, prosecutors may pursue felony charges.

In Minnesota, felonies can be punishable by any term of imprisonment, including up to life. A felony conviction also carries the loss of certain civil rights, including the right to hold office, vote, serve on a jury or possess a firearm. Common felonies in Minnesota include murder, manslaughter, sexual assault, kidnapping and theft of property worth $1,000 or more.

When you select our law firm, our lawyers will aggressively defend your constitutional rights. We will evaluate the evidence obtained against you to determine if law enforcement made any procedural errors or violated your constitutional rights. Our attorneys will not hesitate to fight for a dismissal based on a lack of evidence or violations of your constitutional rights. We will also fight for a reduction in charges if the allegations against you do not fit the level of crime you allegedly committed.

Contact A Highly Skilled Twin Cities Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you are suspected of committing a felony or misdemeanor offense, you can rely on our criminal defense lawyers to aggressively defend your rights at all levels of the court system. Contact Groshek Law PA online or call us today at 612-426-7047 to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our skilled attorneys.

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