Minnesota DWI Lawyer


Free Case Evaluation

Because the law can be so complex, let a Minnesota DUI lawyer explain to you some options you weren't even aware of that could potentially affect your DWI court case . What are these options, you ask? For one, a Minnesota DWI lawyer could investigate whether or not the police officer who pulled you over did so with probable cause.

For another, a Minnesota DWI lawyer may be able to determine whether the blood alcohol test you were administered was done so appropriately and accurately. It is possible that there were discrepancies in the blood alcohol test results of which you were not informed. These breakdowns in procedure could be the golden opportunity you are looking for to get your DWI case thrown out of court so that you can return to the stability of your old life.

Minnesota DWI Resources

Ask a Minnesota DWI lawyer about your rights

If you fill out the free case evaluation form on this page or call us toll-free at 877-349-1311, we will have a local Minnesota DWI lawyer contact you. Any information you give to us will be kept completely confidential.

When a sponsoring Minnesota DWI lawyer calls you, ask them to explain to you the rights that you have in your case. You may learn something that could save you from a court decision that could damage your current situation. You may learn something that could help you avoid increased automobile insurance rates or longer driver's license suspensions. You do not want your pocketbook to be strained any greater than it already is. If your DWI case ends in a negative result, you could be looking at damaged employment prospects. Take advantage of this chance to learn about the full range of your rights from a Minnesota DWI lawyer.

Note: DWI laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on these DWI laws, speak to a DWI lawyer in the state.

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