Minnesota Probation Violation Lawyer & Attorney
Minneapolis Bench Warrant Defense – Parole Lawyer
At the Kans Law Firm, LLC we aggressively defend our clients rights and freedom throughout Minnesota who have warrants or probation violations. We advise and help clients to take care of their bench warrants or probation violations to avoid being arrested. When you take care of these outstanding problems and hire an attorney to help turn yourself in, you will arrive to the courtroom with a legal strategy and defense team to rebut charges against you. It is important you hire an attorney who can defend your situation with proven results. Douglas Kans and the Kans Law Firm, LLC have over 15 years handling these types of cases. The choice is clear.
Don’t fail to appear for your probation violation or parole violation hearing which can lead to a bench warrant for your arrest. Talk to probation violation lawyer Douglas Kans before turning yourself in. We will help you arrive with the defense you need. Contact our law office for a free consultation.
Violation your parole or probation examples can include:
Failure to report for drug testing
Failing a drug substance test
Failure to check in with a parole officer or probation officer
Failure to report for community service
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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.