Bad things happen to good people. If you’ve found yourself on the wrong side of the law, you need a legal professional who will protect your rights and help you achieve the most favorable resolution.
Did you know?
There are four types of crimes you can be charged with in Minnesota: petty misdemeanor; misdemeanor; gross misdemeanor; or felony. Petty misdemeanors are the least serious of offenses, with a maximum fine of $300 and no risk of jail time. Felony convictions carry at least one year and one day in prison plus fines. Other possible consequences include forfeiture of your right to vote and restrictions on employment or housing choices.