North Dakota Trooper snagged for DWI

A North Dakota Trooper recently was arrested for Minnesota felony DWI.  This goes to show that even a police officer can make a mistake.  And even a police officer will commit a DWI sometimes.  And finally, even one cop will actually, sometimes, arrest another cop for impaired driving.  When the cops get arrested, they turn to Keller Criminal Defense Attorneys. Call for Help now at 1-866-929-7597.

So, whether you are a cop, or were arrested by one, you need legal representation.  Police officers, probations officers, attorneys, doctors, nursed, teachers, etc. have all turned to Keller Criminal Defense Attorneys for Help.  You should too.  Call for Help now at 1-866-929-7597.

Max Keller has won countless jury trial cases involving misdemeanors and felonies, sex crimes, and DWI’s. He is a member of the Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice, which only allows the top 50 criminal defense attorneys in the state as members. Max is a frequent speaker at CLE’s and is often asked for advice by other defense attorneys across Minnesota.

Years of Experience: Approx. 20 years
Minnesota Registration Status: Active
Bar & Court Admissions: State of Minnesota Minnesota State Court Minnesota Federal Court 8th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals State of Maryland

What to Do If You Have Been Charged with a Criminal Offense

Confidential informants may provide integral information to help build criminal investigations, but how reliable is that information when they are receiving payment for their services? To protect them, state law requires the identity of informants be kept confidential. For those facing criminal charges, however, this creates challenges in questioning the accuracy and validity of the information given at trial.
Stay calm and compose after getting accused of a crime but not charged in Minneapolis, MN. Do not discuss the facts of your case with anyone, including your relatives and family members. Hire a criminal defense attorney with a demonstrated record of winning cases like yours. Your attorney will discuss your rights, guide you on how to cooperate with law enforcement within the legal boundaries, and build a solid defense strategy to fight the charges you could face in the future.
Expungement and sealing of records in Minnesota affect how your criminal history appears to government agencies and the public. The main difference between the two legal actions is that expungement permanently removes past arrests, criminal charges, or convictions from private and public databases, while sealing hides the criminal record from the public. Courts, government entities, and law enforcement agencies can access sealed criminal records.