Free Initial Consultation : 763-445-9911


Your rights are on the line. The sooner you act, the sooner we can help.

November 2018 Archives

Drunk driving suspected in Minnesota after car strikes police SUV

Driving at night can easily be disorienting. Even when another vehicle is brightly lit, it may be difficult for other drivers to determine the vehicle's exact position, for example. Despite this, police in Minnesota believe that a driver that struck a police sports utility vehicle was drunk driving.

How do DWI charges change when a child is in the car

Operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is a serious offense. Even for a first offense, convicted parties will face serious consequences. The least serious case of DWI can still see a person face up to 90 days in jail, between 30 and 90 days without a driver's license and up to $1,000 in various fines. There are numerous aggravating factors that could cause a person to face more serious consequences if convicted. 

A driver's license revocation or suspension in Minnesota

For many people in Minnesota, their ability to drive is directly related to their ability to support themselves and their families. Without a driver's license, a person could be unable to go to work or meet a variety of other professional and familial obligations. As such, many who face a driver's license revocation of suspension turn to the experienced law firm of Bauer Law Office for help.

Minnesota man crashes into pole; accused of drunk driving

It is relatively easy to become distracted while driving. Often, drivers in Minnesota may think too much of a minor collision that causes little to no damage. However, police have now accused a driver that appears to have been involved in a minor incident with drunk driving, among other charges.

Minnesota grandmother charged with assault in shooting

Families who are volatile often experience conflict. Regardless, most in Minnesota are loving and work hard to make any dysfunction relatively negligible. Despite this, a woman in Minnesota was recently charged with assault in the alleged shooting of her grandson.