Woodbury Criminal Defense Lawyer
Effective, Experienced, and Ethical Criminal Defense
If you have been charged with a crime, it is important to hire an experienced Twin Cities criminal defense lawyer who has a record of success at trial. Woodbury, MN DWI & Criminal Defense Lawyer Justin Schiks. My firm defends people accused of DUI & DWI, felony and misdemeanor crimes near Woodbury-St. Paul area and throughout Minnesota with office locations in Eagan, Edina, and Roseville.
I have a reputation for achieving the best results for clients facing a broad range of criminal charges, including:
- DUI & DWI, drunk driving: Including first DUI & DWI, multiple DUI & DWI, felony DUI & DWI, and driver’s license revocation
- Traffic offenses: Including careless driving, reckless driving, driving on a revoked license
- Expungement: Since January 2015, more criminal records can be sealed.
- Disorderly conduct: A broad charge that includes anything that could cause anger, alarm, or resentment
- Drug crimes: Including possession, sales, distribution, trafficking, and manufacture of controlled substances
- Juvenile crimes: From underage drinking and driving to shoplifting to assault
- Order for protection: Call as soon as possible to request a hearing to challenge the order or contact me to defend alleged violations.
- Sex crimes: Including sexual assault, statutory rape, and computer-based sex crimes
- Theft crimes: Including robbery, burglary, shoplifting
- Violent crimes: Including assault, domestic assault, and manslaughter/murder
A Strategic Approach to Your Defense
I will design a unique plan of action tailored specifically to your circumstances, needs, and goals. For every case, however, I work simultaneously to:
- Prepare for trial: I prepared every case as if it will go to trial. Effective in front of a judge or jury, I have been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers every year since 2014 by the National Trial Lawyers Association. My reputation as a skilled trial attorney is beneficial to clients whether or not their cases go to trial. Prosecutors know I will not back down until my clients are satisfied with the outcome.
- Be ready for resolution: Sometimes a fair and reasonable resolution outside of court is in my client’s best interest. I make certain that we are prepared to exercise this option as appropriate. Preparing for settlement may mean obtaining a mental health evaluation for a client in advance of the court’s request or compiling statements from those who can testify to his or her positive qualities.
To learn how I can assist you or a member of your family, please contact us here or call 651-362-9426