Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyers
Kans Law Firm, LLC represents individuals throughout the state of Minnesota charged with all levels of criminal offenses including all felony and misdemeanor level charges. We strongly believe that every individual is entitled to a zealous and thorough defense of whatever charge he or she is facing. Below is just a sample of the criminal offenses for which we defend.
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There are various levels of assault charges in Minnesota. The potential consequences of assault charges become much more serious depending on the circumstances of the offense. For instance, a weapon being somehow utilized during the offense or the seriousness of the injury as a result of the assault both are factors that could increase the potential criminal sentence, if convicted.
Domestic violence crimes are in essence assault crimes. The distinction is that these crimes are assaults that involve a victim which is generally in some sort of relationship with the defendant. This may include a boyfriend or girlfriend, spouse or a family member just to name a few.
Crimes involving drugs fall basically into two categories: Those charges that involve the possession of a controlled substance and those that include possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell.
The severity level of either category of a drug crime depends usually on the specific type of drug involved and the amount of the drug in the individual’s possession.
DWI is among the most commonly committed crimes when it comes to criminal law. Of course, an individual charged with DWI isn’t automatically considered to be a bad person; it simply means that he or she made a bad decision.
If you find yourself in need of a DWI defense attorney, know that Kans Law Firm concentrates in the area of Criminal Defense, particularly those related to drunk driving or driving while impaired (DUIs and DWIs).
White Collar is a term that can be used to describe a variety of criminal offenses. For example, theft crimes such as bank or financial fraud involving large sums of money are usually described as a white collar crime. Also, crimes involving swindle are also considered to be white collar.
Sex crimes are, needless to say, very serious offenses and most often are felony level. The conviction for such an offense can be devastating to the individual charged. For instance, one mandatory condition as a consequence to the conviction of most felony level sex crimes is the requirement that the defendant register as a sex offender.