Take The Right Steps When Handling Assault And Violent Crimes

Pleading guilty to a violent crime isn't your only option. You can defend yourself and seek options with more favorable outcomes.

If you've been arrested for a violent crime, you can bet prosecutors have already started building a case and will try to throw the book at you. That's because violent crimes are taken very seriously in Minnesota. Prosecutors aren't afraid to play up consequences, constantly intimidating you with the possibility of steep fines and extensive time in prison unless you take their deal and plead guilty.

If prosecutors are presenting you with options that aren't in your best interests or you're being wrongfully accused or imprisoned for a violent crime, you need to talk to the skilled defense attorneys at Kaess Law, LLC, in St. Paul. We have more than 20 years of experience and a record of successful criminal cases. The sooner you contact our firm, the sooner we can put prosecutors on notice and start defending your rights and best interests.

We Have Extensive Experience With Violent Crimes Cases

At Kaess Law, LLC, we understand that timing is important in cases involving violent crimes, which is why we start gathering evidence the moment you retain our services. We will thoroughly investigate the charges against you for:

  • Domestic violence
  • Assault — including bar fights
  • Battery
  • Kidnapping
  • Simple robbery
  • Criminal sexual conduct (second, third and fourth degree)
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder

We consider every testimony and piece of evidence when building your defense. We leave nothing to chance.

Experience With Wrongful Convictions And Imprisonment

Our experience and tenacity won't just benefit you prior to or during a trial. We have extensive experience handling appeals related to wrongful imprisonment and wrongful convictions. We believe you deserve a second chance to get things right, and we will make sure you get it.

Experience With Expungements

If a violent crime is preventing you from getting a job, renting an apartment, securing a loan or something else, you may be eligible for an expungement, depending on the charge and how the case was resolved. Attorney Ryan Kaess is known for his skill in the courtroom and has been successful expunging charges in the past.

Let Us Evaluation Your Case For Free

You deserve a strong defense and your day in court. Let Kaess Law, LLC, give it you. Call our St. Paul law office at 651-204-2415 or contact us online to take advantage of a free initial consultation.