St. Paul-Minneapolis Criminal Defense Lawyers
Protecting the Rights of the Accused
If you have been accused of a crime, you need experienced legal representation as soon as possible. The criminal defense attorneys of Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh, P.L.L.P., will protect your rights and defend you against all allegations of criminal conduct.
It is important that you do not speak to the police without an attorney present. Please call 651-227-0611 or contact us by email as soon as possible to arrange a free initial consultation with a member of our criminal defense team.
We represent individuals charged with all types of crimes, including:
- DUI/DWI drunk driving, including felony DUI
- Drug crimes
- Sex crimes
- Property crimes, including burglary, robbery, and theft
- Assault, including domestic assault
- Restraining order violations
- Traffic violations
- Computer crime, including identity theft, hacking, and possession of child pornography
- White collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement
- Juvenile crime
- State and federal tax crimes
- Probation and parole violations
We also represent corporations charged with corporate criminal liability.
You Remain in Charge of Your Case
We will take the time to explain the charges against you and the possible consequences. We will outline your options and recommend an approach that we believe is in your best interest. You will make the important decisions about your case, however, including whether to accept a plea agreement or go to trial.
CBSH defends clients at trial and on appeal. Our appellate practice informs our work at trial, where we always work to preserve grounds for an appeal in the event of a conviction.
A criminal conviction can result in stiff fines and jail or prison time. A criminal record can prevent you from getting a job, renting an apartment, owning a gun, or pursuing certain professions. Our lawyers will work to minimize all potential negative consequences related to the criminal allegations.
Please contact us today to discuss your case. The initial consultation is free of charge and free of obligation.