What A Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Do For You (Part 2)
Are you someone who has had criminal charges brought against them? For those who have been charged with crimes, it’s important to hire a good criminal defense lawyer who can defend your case. Criminal defense lawyers typically offer many different types of services to their clients and can assist clients when it comes to many different types of cases. Here are just some of the many things that a criminal defense attorney can do for you: Best Criminal Defense Lawyer Minneapolis MN
One type of service that a criminal defense lawyer can provide is DWI defense, including (but not limited to):
- Driving While Impaired (169A.20)
- First Degree Driving While Impaired (169A.24)
- Second Degree Driving While Impaired (169A.25)
- Third Degree Driving While Impaired (169A.26)
- Fourth Degree Driving While Impaired (169A.27)
The worst thing you can do is walk into court without an attorney and plead guilty to a DWI. Any DWI charge is serious because it may stay on your criminal history indefinitely, which is why it’s important to hire a criminal defense attorney who can defend your case and help you to avoid getting stuck with any type of DWI charge.
Drug Crime Defense
Another thing that a criminal defense attorney can do is provide drug crime defense services. There are many different types of drug charges that one can be charged with, including (but not limited to):
- Controlled Substance Crime in the First Degree (152.021)
- Controlled Substance Crime in the Second Degree (152.022)
- Controlled Substance Crime in the Third Degree (152.023)
- Controlled Substance Crime in the Fourth Degree (152.024)
- Controlled Substance Crime in the Fifth Degree (152.025)
If you are charged with a drug offense, then you will need a skilled, knowledgeable, and aggressive drug crime attorney who understands the law and who has a record of success to represent you and defend your case.
Lastly, a criminal defense attorney can also assist you with matters such as expungement as well. Expungement refers to the procedure of “sealing” the criminal conviction and arrest records of a specific individual, including police reports, court records, ID documents, and so on. Unfortunately, as it is, all of this type of information is available to the public, even if your case was dropped by the court. And having this information publicly available could potentially hurt employment, housing, and other types of prospects. Therefore, if you have any information that you would like to have expunged from your record, you should have a defense attorney who specializes in criminal law and who is familiar with expungement procedures to assist you.
If you have any questions or would like more information regarding our legal services, then feel free to contact Lauren Campoli, the best criminal defense lawyer in Minneapolis-St Paul MN, today!
Disclaimer: This blog is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Please contact attorney Lauren Campoli to assess the merits of your particular legal claim or defense.
About Lauren Campoli:
Lauren Campoli is a criminal defense attorney and an expert trial attorney based in Minneapolis-St Paul who provides representation to adults and juveniles facing misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony charges in Minnesota State and Federal Courts.
Lauren is an experienced criminal defense lawyer certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association and is also a Minnesota State Certified Criminal Law Specialist, a designation attained by only 3% of attorneys statewide and less than 1% of criminal lawyers in Minnesota. She also offers the experience, wisdom, and know-how of over 50 jury trials for the defense and a winning record of over 89%.