Any trouble with the law can result in a stressful time for you and your loved ones. Whether you are the one being accused of a crime or your loved one has put been behind bars, it can be hard to sit back and put your trust in the justice and legal system. The good news is you don’t have to battle this alone. The even better news is that an experienced Duluth criminal defense lawyer is only a phone call away. Our team at the Anderson Law Office is available 24/7 to help you and your family when faced with a criminal defense problem.
Our firm focuses on criminal defense cases including:
- Misdemeanors- our lawyers can help you when faced with any misdemeanor offense from theft to trespassing. A misdemeanor offense may not be considered as serious as a felony offense but this doesn’t mean you should just let it slide. You could still be looking at up to $3,000 in fines and three years in prison if charged with a misdemeanor offense.
- Felony offenses – a felony offense comes with a minimum of 7 years in prison and $14,000 in fines. Is this something you can afford? For most of our clients, the answer is no. If there is a way to clear your name and reduce your sentence, then we will be sure to successfully find it.
- Serious crimes – including homicide, murder and criminal sexual conduct accusations. If you have been accused of any of these crimes then a lot is at stake. To clear your name and minimize your sentence, regardless of the evidence and the circumstances, your best defense is always a qualified lawyer in your corner
- Drinking and Driving crimes – if you have been charged with drinking while driving, whether you are in a car, in a plane, in a snowmobile or in a boat, then you could be faced with either a felony or misdemeanor charge. However, there are ways around this and ways to prevent the situation from impacting your record and your life.
Contact us today at 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.