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Michael L. Samuelson - St. Cloud, MN

2820 2nd Street SouthSuite 100 St. Cloud, MN 56301

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Updated: 10/27/2021

St. Cloud DUI/DWI Law Firm

Overview

Focusing exclusively on criminal law since 1980, our attorney at the law office of Michael L. Samuelson is dedicated to protecting the rights of people in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and throughout the surrounding area who have been charged with criminal offenses. Understanding the innate complexities in even seemingly simple cases, we strive to help good people who have found themselves in bad situations to mitigate their potential penalties, as well as the possible future repercussions...

About Michael L. Samuelson

Practice Areas

  • DUI/DWI
  • Criminal Defense

Honors

  • National College for DUI Defense, Graduate/Member
  • Western Trial Advocacy Institute, Graduate

Published Works

  • Tools of The Trade, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, 2000
  • Tools of The Trade, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, 2nd Edition Published, 2005
  • Tools of The Trade, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, 2000
  • Tools of The Trade, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, 2nd Edition Published, 2005

Classes and Seminars

  • Strategies for Winning DUI Cases in Minnesota, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, January 27, 2000
  • Strategies for Award Winning DUI Cases in Minnesota, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education, 2005

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Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

2820 2nd Street SouthSuite 100 St. Cloud, MN 56301

Fax

  • 320-252-3252

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