If you are charged with a DUI/DWI in Minnesota, it is crucial that you speak with a driving under the influence attorney as soon as possible. You are subject to charges in criminal court and may lose your license in the corresponding administrative procedure. Call an experienced DWI defense attorney who can help you in both cases.
Call Bradley John Haddy, Attorney at Law, in the Twin Cities. I defend people charged with drinking and driving charges. If you are a commercial driver or regular vehicle driver, I can help you. Contact me for a free initial consultation about your DWI or DUI charge.
Contact Bradley John Haddy for a free consultation.
800-523-4645 FREE (Office) or 651-905-4453 (Cell).
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St. Paul Drunk Driving Attorney
The court date for your driving while intoxicated criminal charge may still be months away, but you have only a limited time to request the driver’s license forfeiture hearing:
- The illegal blood alcohol level in Minnesota is .08 for a regular driver, and .04 for a limousine, truck driver or cab driver.
- Depending on the circumstances, you may be eligible for a provisional license or work permit.
- The outcome of your criminal charge depends on your field sobriety test or blood alcohol level and the number of prior offenses. I will work toward a reduction in the charges against you.
- I examine the police report and all the evidence to determine if the stop was proper. I look at the nuances of the Breathalyzer and whether it was calibrated properly and administered by a trained officer.
Time is of the essence when it comes to DWI and DUI charges. Drunk driving charges are often mistakes made by good people. I respect the dignity of all my clients regardless of the charge. I want you to keep your license and lessen your criminal penalties.
Contact me for a free initial consultation. I accept all major credit cards and offer competitive rates. Spanish, sign language and Somali-speaking translation services are available. I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.