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Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney

If you’ve been charged with a crime or are facing a criminal investigation, contact a Minnesota criminal defense attorney at Meshbesher & Spence first.

We have vast experience defending criminal cases in and out of the courtroom. We’ll do everything possible to obtain the most favorable result for you. Our criminal defense attorneys are here to advocate for you and advise you in these potentially life-changing matters.

We also have great referral sources in psychological and chemical health. This type of help is often paramount to mitigating the circumstances of your case to your benefit.

Trusted Locally and Nationally

Our criminal defense lawyers in Rochester, MN, are experienced trial lawyers who have successfully represented clients in state and federal court for many years.

They have earned national reputations for their knowledge and preparedness at both the trial and appellate levels. They are respected by their peers, judges, and prosecutors alike. But, most importantly, they genuinely care about their clients.

How Our Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Help

The criminal defense law firm of Meshbesher & Spence has your back when you’re facing serious charges.

Our criminal defense attorneys are highly skilled in defending individuals charged with all felonies, including, but not limited to:

We also have extensive experience representing individuals charged with Gross Misdemeanor and Misdemeanor offenses, including:

Additionally, we handle civil forfeiture matters involving your property or money.

Leave Your Past Behind As You Move Forward

Suppose you’ve been previously convicted of a criminal offense and are concerned about future employment or housing. In that case, you may be eligible for expungement or “sealing” of your court and executive branch records.

Our criminal defense lawyers have working knowledge of the expungement statute and how it could apply to your circumstances.

We Have Your Back

When so much is at stake, you can’t afford to choose anyone but the well-connected and respected criminal defense law firm of Meshbesher & Spence in Rochester, Minnesota.

When you hire an attorney from Meshbesher & Spence, you will benefit from our experience and dedication. You will also only pay attorney fees if we win your case.

Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyers

At Meshbesher & Spence, we pride ourselves on being available when you need us. We offer convenient locations in Minneapolis, Rochester, and St. Cloud, MN. You can reach us 24/7 and we'll put you in contact with an experienced attorney.


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