St. Paul DUI Misdemeanor Lawyer
A DWI or DUI conviction is costly and could haunt you for many years to come. Your vehicle insurance rates may triple. Minnesota charges more than $700 for driver’s license reinstatement. Your driver’s license revocation could stay on your driving record permanently, even if you are found not guilty of the charges. This can be used against you by police, prosecutors and even insurance companies.
If you are facing your first DWI offense, these consequences probably seem very confusing, frightening and uncertain. Keller Law Offices provides the legal help you need and deserve at this time. We can build the strongest defense possible on your behalf, calm your worries and minimize the penalties.
Talk to our Minneapolis DWI first offense attorney today to get started on your defense. Call Keller Law Offices at (952) 913-1421 for a free initial consultation. We offer two metro area office locations for your convenience.
Misdemeanor and Gross Misdemeanor Defense
Even if this is your first offense, you can be charged with a gross misdemeanor if your alcohol content (BAC) is .20 or above, or if you refuse testing. As a St. Paul DUI misdemeanor attorney, Max A. Keller can successfully argue your case down to a misdemeanor.
Max A. Keller has successfully fought to prove innocence, procedural error, lack of evidence and other factors resulting in reduced or dismissed charges for many Minnesotans. He has more than 15 years of experience as a DWI prosecutor and criminal defense attorney protecting clients’ rights and helping them avoid first DWI penalties such as:
- Up to one year in jail
- Up to $3,000 in fines
- Fees for county surcharges and law library fees
- Up to one year of driver’s license revocation
- Up to six years of probation
- Alcohol education class
- Sentenced to service work or community service
Our law firm has full command of the various DWI defenses available.
Additionally, we can get your driver’s license reinstated while your case is pending in Ramsey County, or Hennepin County, or certain other counties depending on the circumstances, helping you avoid job loss and license revocation.
Call for Your Free Initial Consultation
Schedule your free initial consultation with an attorney who has full knowledge of Minnesota DWI laws. Call Keller Law Offices at (952) 913-1421. You can also contact us online.