St. Paul DUI Defense Lawyer
Many people who are charged with a drunk driving offense wrongly assume that they have no defense options. In many cases, they are cooperative with police in hopes that they will receive some leniency later in the process, when all they are actually doing is giving the police the evidence they need for a conviction.
The truth is that there is frequently a defense to overcome most DUI/DWI charges. Before you say anything to the police, speak to an experienced defense attorney who knows the law and has the ability to protect your rights. At Congdon Law, PLLC, I have successfully represented countless clients in a variety of drunk driving cases.
I represented a 24-year-old Ramsey County woman who was charged with third-degree DWI. I challenged the basis for the initial traffic stop, and I was able to convince the prosecutor to drop the DWI charge. My client received a citation for careless driving.
Building The Most Effective Defense In Minnesota DWI Cases
Whether this is your first drunk driving offense or you are facing a felony charge for repeat offenses, I will present the most compelling possible defense in an effort to avoid a conviction in your case. I know when to negotiate and when to go to trial. I have a strong track record of success in these matters, and I will do everything in my power to obtain a favorable result.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, it may be possible to challenge whether the officer had probable cause for the initial traffic stop. In other instances, I may be able to challenge whether you gave valid consent for a breath, blood or urine test to determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). I conduct a complete investigation into every case in order to develop the most effective strategy on your behalf.
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- What Are The Penalties For Refusing a Breath Or Blood Test?
- What Happens When Someone Is Pulled Over On Suspicion Of Being Under The Influence Of Drugs?
- Are Drug DUI Charges Brought In Lieu Of Other Drug Charges Like Possession?
- What Factors Would Enhance Or Aggravate A DUI Charge In Minnesota?
- Is An Individual Subjected To Field Sobriety Tests In A DUI Related Accident?
Discuss Your Case With A Reliable St. Paul DWI Defense Lawyer
Contact my office to schedule a free initial consultation. I am available 24/7 and regularly visit clients in jail when necessary. You can reach me by phone in the Twin Cities metro area at or toll free from anywhere in the United States at (651) 314-9620. You can also contact me via email.
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