Do you have a criminal case in the city of Woodbury, Minnesota? Were you recently arrested and detained or questioned by the Woodbury Police Department? Keyser Law Firm has experienced Woodbury and Washington County criminal defense attorneys to zealously represent any criminal charges. Our experience with all criminal cases includes dismissals, reduced charges and resolutions keeping our clients’ records clean.
Woodbury Minnesota Criminal Defense Law Firm
Keyser Law Firm has aggressively and successfully defended criminal charges in Minnesota
Domestic Assault vs. “Regular” Assault in Minnesota
Domestic Assault is generally defined as either “an act intended to cause fear of immediate bodily harm or death” or “an attempt or actual infliction of bodily harm upon another.” You can read the actual domestic assault statute here (Minn. Stat. §609.2242).
Example of Assault: A husband and wife argue in their home. The husband becomes upset and raises his closed fist at his wife but does not actually
Ever since the dawn of television, we’ve seen a million-and-one legal dramas come and go and some are clearly better than others. That said, we’ve made a distinct list of the best-of-the-best legal shows of all time – the top 10 law and legal series in the history of television. Enjoy. From the Minnesota domestic violence lawyers at Keyser Law Firm.
1. Law & Order , Law & Order SVU … L.A. … U.K. … Criminal Intent, no
We launched this new website to showcase the expansion of our practice into immigration law. We hope this website provides informative information for our clients and those seeking to learn more about criminal defense and immigration law throughout Minnesota. Below is the press release on our website launch. Click here to read the original press release.
Keyser Law Firm Re-launches Website and Expands Criminal Defense Practice to Include Immigration Defense Throughout Minnesota
Keyser Law Firm is pleased to
The case of State of Florida vs. Casey Marie Anthony was called “the social media trial of the century.” For those oblivious to current events, the showcase began when toddler Caylee Marie Anthony was reported missing on July 15, 2008. Her skeletal remains were found in a wooded area near her home five months later. Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony, was indicted on charges of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter and found “not guilty” after a six week
Minnesota’s DWI laws changed on July 1, 2011 by introducing the Ignition Interlock pilot program. The program provides a pathway for persons with suspended, withdrawn, cancelled or revoked drivers licenses to get their driving privileges back by agreeing to install the ignition interlock device in their vehicles. This article gives an overview of the ingition interlock program, explains what the ignition interlock device actually is and how persons charged with DWI are affected.