Do You Need an Experienced Cambridge Criminal Lawyer in MN?

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For over 70 years the residents of Cambridge, Minnesota have been able to rely on the experienced lawyer services provided by the attorneys at Barna, Guzy & Steffen!

If you’re faced with criminal charges in Cambridge, MN, you need a lawyer you can have trust and confidence in. The criminal attorneys at Barna, Guzy & Steffen have prosecution and public defender backgrounds as well as private criminal defense experience. You’ll have a wealth of experience to call upon when they represent you. We handle all types of criminal cases including:

– DUI/DWI (and all other traffic related offenses)– Drug Crime Charges
– Misdemeanor– Sex Crime Charges
– Gross Misdemeanor– Homicide
– Felonies– Theft and Property Crimes
– Assaults– Expungement
– Domestic Crime Charges

Your criminal defense team will research and manage all available facts and related information about your case. We will pursue your defenses as aggressively as possible!

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What Happens After You Are Arrested for a DWI in Cambridge, MN?

Were you recently arrested for a DWI in Cambridge, Minnesota? You need to know what happens once you have been convicted of a DWI.

Appear at the Implied Consent Hearing

To be able to keep your driving privileges in Cambridge, Minnesota, you need to request an implied consent hearing within 30 days after your driver’s license is revoked by the arresting officer or if you receive a revocation letter from the Department of Public Safety. Keep in mind that if you lose the hearing, the DWI revocation stays on your driving record. To develop a strong defense, you should request the arresting officer to be at the hearing.

Arraignment

The arraignment is held 30 to 60 days after you were arrested for a DWI. Often times if you have legal representation, you are not required to appear at the arraignment. The arraignment advises you of your rights.

The Pre-Trial Conference

Once you hire one of our experienced DWI attorneys at our Minnesota law firm, we’ll work with the prosecutor to negotiate a plea offer. The pre-trial conference occurs six weeks after your arraignment.

The Suppression Hearing

If your rights were violated, the court can suppress a portion or all of the evidence that is against you. Your attorney can file a motion to suppress evidence. This takes between six weeks to three months after your pre-trial conference.

Attend the Trial

If you were charged of a misdemeanor DWI, you are entitled to a trial with six jurors. In a felony DWI case, there will be twelve jurors.

Sentencing

If convicted or plead guilty, you will be sentenced after being convicted of DWI or if you accept a plea offer. Your sentence can include community service, jail time, alcohol treatment, fines, or house arrest.

Now you know what happens after you are arrested for a DWI in Cambridge, Minnesota. Contact our law office to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our DWI attorneys to discuss your case.

This article is intended to provide general information only and should not be used as a substitute for legal counsel or advice. Please contact the attorneys at Barna, Guzy & Steffen, Ltd. to inquire about any information herein.

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