Felony DWI’s (952)-913-1421

St. Paul Repeat DUI Offense Lawyer

If you are convicted of DWI for a fourth time within 10 years of three other DWI convictions and/or implied consent DWI driver’s license revocations, it is a felony. If you cause an accident due to drunk driving, it is a felony (criminal vehicular operation) if another person is seriously injured. The consequences of a felony can be extremely detrimental to your rights, freedom and future. Felony DWI penalties include up to seven years in prison, a conditional release period and the loss of the right to vote and bear arms. Keller Law Offices has more than 15 years of experience protecting the rights, freedoms and futures of clients throughout the Twin Cities metro area and the state of Minnesota. We are ready to help and defend you.

Talk to our Minneapolis felony DWI attorney today to get started on your defense. Call Keller Law Offices at (952) 913-1421 for a free initial consultation. We offer two metro area office locations for your convenience.

Put a Skilled Minneapolis and St. Paul Repeat DUI Offense Attorney on Your Side

Keller Law Offices provides effective defense of your felony charges. The seven-year jail time penalty can be especially harmful to many areas of your life — from loss of job to personal relationships that will suffer. Attorney Max A. Keller is skilled in arguing for reduced sentencing. He has a long record of successfully obtaining sentences, which are well below the minimum mandatory requirements.

Our attorney explores all options for reducing the consequences a conviction has on your life. We look at your individual circumstances and strive to help you avoid felony penalties, which can include:

  1. Loss of driver’s license
  2. Job loss
  3. Ineligibility for employment and housing
  4. Loss of the right to bear arms
  5. Vehicle forfeiture

Call for Your Free Initial Consultation

Schedule your free initial consultation with an aggressive attorney who has full knowledge of Minnesota DWI laws and can fight felony charges. Call Keller Law Offices at (952) 913-1421. You can also contact us online

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