Arrested for a DWI? You could be faced with more than just a loss of license. Even a minor DWI offense can result in fines and prison time. You may think that there is no way out of a DWI arrest but this is not the case. There are plenty of defense tactics you can take to clear your name and walk away without a mark on your record.
If you have been charged with a DWI then contact Kirk Anderson at the Anderson Law Firm. We offer 24/7 support and a free initial consultation.
In addition to representing clients across Chisago County that have received a DWI, BWI or other driving offense, we can also help you if you have been accused of any other crime. We specialize in misdemeanor and felony offenses at the state and federal level including:
- Criminal sexual conduct – a sex crime on your record can impact your entire life and come with some of the harshest penalties. This is a very delicate situation and we can help navigate you through it with minimal damage
- Assault – whether you are facing domestic violence or battery, we will help you out of this scary situation
- Homicide and murder accusations – we all know how serious murder is and you will be faced with jail time if convicted. We will try to ensure this doesn’t happen by gathering evidence, interviewing experts and examining your case under a microscope.
Chisago County DWI Lawyer
DWI offenses range in severity from first degree to fourth degree DWI. The severity will depend on a number of factors including your BAC, your previous convictions and whether you were driving with children. Even a fourth degree conviction is considered a gross misdemeanor offense while a first degree conviction is considered a felony offense. What this means is that even if this is your first offense, you could still be faced with jail time.
This is not something you want to walk away with. Our mission is to minimize the sentence and the damage this arrest can have on your personal and professional life. Contact us at the Anderson Law Firm today at 952-582-2904 or by filling out a form on the side of this page.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this article does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Please contact attorney Kirk Anderson for an initial consultation.