Minnesota Misdemeanor Defense Lawyer
Minneapolis Gross Misdemeanor – Misdemeanor Defense Lawyer
Misdemeanors are more serious offenses than they sound. A misdemeanor ranges from traffic violations, DWI/DUI, or marijuana charges. Persons convicted of drug charges may face fines, loss of driving privileges, and in some cases, jail time. At the Kans Law Firm, LLC we understand the criminal justice system and will work tirelessly to have your case dismissed or charges dropped to help you keep your good name and record clean. Douglas Kans understands the anxiety of being charged with a misdemeanor.
A misdemeanor lawyer should have a thorough understanding of the Minnesota misdemeanor law, know prosecutors, know the police, know the judges, and know the system from the inside. As a former prosecutor, Douglas Kans is the clear choice. Kans will analyze your case, the people involved, and present a clear picture to the judge for the best possible outcome. We will help you see your options and how to get results.
Types of misdemeanors may include:
Cruelty to animals
Possession of marijuana/paraphernalia
Fighting / disorderly conduct
In Minnesota there are three types of misdemeanors:
Petty misdemeanor (payment of fine)
Misdemeanor (up to $1,000 in fines and 90 days in jail)
Gross misdemeanor (up to $3,000 in fines and 1 year in jail)
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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.