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Facing criminal charges?

You are not alone. Whether you made a mistake or have been falsely accused, Minneapolis attorney David Balmer is prepared to stand up for you.

The Balmer Law Office

Minnesota Criminal Defense

Every day hundreds of people are arrested or otherwise find themselves facing criminal charges. Minnesota’s criminal laws are complicated and frequently changing. The thought of facing the court system alone can be intimidating. If you have been arrested, charged, or questioned by the police regarding a criminal offense, you need to speak with a reputable Minnesota criminal defense lawyer.

The Balmer Law Office assists clients facing serious criminal charges, including drug charges and DWI offenses, throughout the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota. If you are facing criminal charges, your rights, livelihood, and freedom are at stake. The consequences of a conviction extend beyond fines and jail. A criminal conviction can result in the loss of a job or professional license, the right to vote or possess a firearm, and the loss of a lawful non-citizen’s permanent residency.

Once you’ve been charged with a crime the clock starts ticking on your trial rights. You can lose these rights if you fail to assert them. Call the Balmer Law Office's 24/7 hotline at 612-326-4175 now or complete the online form to request a free, confidential case evaluation.

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David Balmer established the Balmer Law Office with one overriding goal: provide aggressive, high-caliber criminal and DWI defense for good people facing serious charges throughout the state of Minnesota.
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