Top Minneapolis White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Minnesota

Highly respected attorney Kassius O. Benson founded our criminal defense law firm, Kassius Benson Law, P.A., in 2002. Our law firm has two offices, including our main office in Minneapolis, which allow us to defend clients from throughout Minnesota and the Midwest. Our excellent reputation, built in cases in both federal and state courts, leads accused individuals to seek our assistance when...

A Nationwide Criminal Defense Practice At the Blanch Law Firm, a nationally recognized criminal defense firm with offices from New York to California, we strive to provide the highest level of legal representation to those who stand accused or are under investigation for virtually any type of serious criminal offense. Serving a diverse range of clients all across the country and throughout the...

Results-oriented, the team at Rivers Law Firm, P.A., aggressively defends people in Minneapolis, Minnesota, against criminal charges. Since opening the practice, attorney Bruce Rivers has taken on more than 2,000 cases involving issues such as sex, drug, property, violent and white collar crimes. Whether in litigation or negotiation, he is focused on securing an outcome that gives a client the...

Halberg Criminal Defense, a Minneapolis-based law firm, was founded in 2004 with the goal of protecting the rights of accused individuals living in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Today, Halberg Criminal Defense is Minnesota's largest and most experienced criminal defense law firm. The firm is one of the country's most highly awarded criminal defense law firms, composed of 10 attorneys who defend...

Groshek Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, focuses on providing individualized and compassionate representation to people and their families throughout the Twin Cities who are under investigation for or have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony crime. Over the years, attorney Christa Groshek has established a reputation as an aggressive criminal trial attorney. She listens intently to her clients...

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