Twin Cities Criminal Defense & DWI Defense Attorney
Experienced Lawyer Protecting Your License and Freedom.
If you have been arrested for charged with a DWI or other criminal offense, do not make the mistake of trying to work through the process on your own. The system is not set up for you to successfully resolve your case without help from a criminal defense lawyer. Working with an experienced defense lawyer greatly increases the likelihood that your case will end with the best possible outcome.
Free Consultation with an Experienced Defense Lawyer
Choosing a defense lawyer is an important decision as who you select can have a huge impact on how your case turns out. I want you to feel comfortable and informed throughout your decision making process. I am not going to give you a high-pressure sales talk or try to scare you with horror stories of the people who didn’t hire me. The three things you can count on after you’ve called for a free consultation are:
- Your questions clearly and correctly answered by an experienced criminal defense and DWI attorney.
- A clear understanding of how Minnesota (or Wisconsin) law applies to your situation, and your options for moving forward with a defense.
- A better understanding of your case and how to defend your drivers license and freedom whether you choose to hire me or not.
When you’ve been charged with a crime, your entire life can feel like it’s on hold. As your lawyer, you can count on me to protect your rights and help you navigate the entire process as easily as possible. When you hire me, you’re getting:
- An attorney who has successfully focused on DWI law in Minnesota and Wisconsin for over 15 years.
- The attention of a solo practitioner. I personally return your calls keep in touch with you throughout the process.
- Sound advice, guidance and strategy to resolve your case in the best possible outcome.
DWI & Criminal Defense Experience on Your Side
If you have been arrested or charged with a DWI or criminal offense, you may be facing license suspension, fines, probation, even jail. With so much at stake, understanding your rights and how to protect them is critical. As a former prosecutor, Rebecca Rhoda Fisher has an in-depth knowledge and first-hand experience of how cases are built against people accused of DWI or another crime. With knowledge and experience on both sides of the aisle, she is uniquely qualified to help you through each step of the process and work towards the best possible result.
Attorney Fisher was named as one of 15 “Up and Coming Attorneys” by Minnesota Lawyer magazine and has been lauded as a “Rising Star” by Minnesota Law and Politics.
DWI or Criminal Charge? Call Today for a Free Consultation
Don’t spend another minute stressing about your case. Get answers and start working towards an effective defense. You can’t change what has already happened, but you very well have the chance to minimize the on-going effect your DWI or criminal charge has on your life. Call 651-251-3838 or click here to email me today.
Learn more about a particular type of criminal charge:
We handle all matters related to a DWI / DUI arrest or charge, including driver’s license revocation, the criminal proceeding, and the forfeiture of your vehicle. For more information about this area of our practice, see our DWI/DUI.
- Drug Charges
We defend men and women who have been charged with a drug-related offense, including possession, sale, distribution or trafficking. To learn more, visit our Drug Charges page.
- Theft Offenses
We represent individuals who have been charged with misdemeanor or felony theft offenses, including white collar crimes. Learn more in our Theft Offenses page.
If you have been convicted of a crime and are having troubles qualifying for employment, housing, licensing, or student loans you may qualify for an expungement under the new law that went into effect on January 1st, 2015.
- Assault & Domestic Assault
If you have been charged with any type of an assault working with a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible is critical to prevent being classified as a violent offender under state and federal law.
- Criminal Appeals
If you have been convicted of a crime and believe that evidence was improperly admitted or excluded or other errors of law were made, you may be able to appeal the verdict. For more information on our appellate practice, see our Criminal Appeals page.
In addition to these areas of practice, we represent clients in criminal matters ranging from misdemeanors to felonies. To learn more, please visit our Criminal Defense.
For experienced and aggressive representation in criminal defense matters in the Twin Cities, contact us to schedule a confidential consultation. We accept MasterCard and Visa. Our office is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Weekend and evening appointments are available by appointment.