As a Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney I get a lot of questions about DWIs. Here are some of most frequent questions I field.
Will I go to jail?
Minnesota law includes jail time in all Drunk Driving convictions. A first-time, misdemeanor DWI, if you're convicted, could lead to a sentence of up to one-year in jail if the judge feels that is what you deserve. If you act quickly and contact the Rolloff Law Office, I can take action to defend you against jail time and other penalties.
Will I lose my driver's license?
A license revocation is automatic without even being charged with a DWI. If you choose to defend against charges, I can represent you at the licewnse revocation hearing to fight the revocation and defend your right to legally drive.
Should I just plead guilty to DWI?
Although many people do do that - what they come to learn is that their case could have been successfully defended. Know thins the costs involved in a DWI conviction are much more than attorney's fees and fines. There's the driver's license renewal fee, higher car insurance premiums, and even the loss of potential income because of employment opportunities that you mightbe excluded from. Even if you decide to go it alone, you should get your case evaluated by a Minnesota DWI Attorney and discuss a defense and review the evidence against you for flaws.
What types of Drunk Driving charges does the Rolloff Law Office defend against?
I represent clients facing all types of DWI charges, including felony DWI, first time DWI, CDL DWI, DWI with injury, multiple DWIs, underage drink and driving, DWI-Drug Induced, leaving the scene of an accident, vehicular manslaughter, BWI, as well as drivers license restoration, and DWI appeals, among others.
How do I choose a DWI lawyer?
Look for training, experience, successful case results and someone that you know will focus on your case and not treat you like just another number. In order to successfully defend a Drunk Driving charge, it takes conviction and a full focus on your case. The Rolloff Law Office takes on cases fully committed to fighting for every possible advantage for our clients. Call today to schedule a free, on obligation consultation - (612) 234-1165.