Minnesota Felony Defense Lawyer & Attorney
Minneapolis Drug Charges – Homicide – Burglary Defense Lawyer
A felony is a serious offense punishable by prison terms averaging one year or longer. Felony defendants have the right to trial by jury. Criminal defense lawyer Douglas Kans will help you understand the criminal justice system and seek the best possible outcome. Kans will advise you about going to trial versus negotiating a plea to a lesser degree. Kans has served his clients in Minnesota for over 15 years and as a former prosecutor now fighting for your rights and freedom.
There’s nothing more valuable than your freedom. You can never buy back the time and relationships you could lose while in prison. Every good criminal defense attorney has the primary goal is keeping you out of prison, or to make sure the amount spent in prison is minimal. We question the evidence of the prosecutor and fight to get your case dismissed.
Minneapolis Felony Defense Attorney
Criminal defense lawyer Douglas Kans represents clients suspected of a variety of felonies including:
Drug charges (trafficking, distribution, mfg., sale)
Weapons and gun charges
Homicide, murder, vehicular manslaughter
Carjacking and kidnapping
Drive by shootings
Battery, assault, and aggravated assault
Burglary, robbery, and serious theft crimes
Embezzlement / employee theft
Bad check and credit card fraud
Contact Us Today
Because You Deserve a Tough, Aggressive Defense Firm from a Minnesota Criminal Lawyer with over 15 Years Experience.
We represent clients throughout Minnesota and the Twin Cities area. The trial process can be quite taxing for anyone. Therefore, one should find an experienced Minnesota Criminal Lawyer. It is important to have a Minnesota lawyer that understands the criminal justice system and one that will work to achieve the best possible results. The choice is clear. With 15 years of criminal defense experience and having been a former prosecutor, criminal attorney Douglas Kans will fight for you with proven results. Call today at (952) 835-6314 for a free consultation. You may also request a free case consultation by filling out the short form on the right hand bar of this page.