Legal Representation In Minnesota And Wisconsin

Protect Your Rights And Your Future Against Criminal Charges

A criminal conviction can have numerous negative effects on your life. Among the possibilities are a prison or jail sentence, a large fine and a serious mark on your record that can lead to major adverse effects. For example, having a criminal record can create roadblocks for future opportunities such as jobs, loans, housing and other important life events – not to mention tarnishing your reputation and your family life.

Being charged with a crime is also stressful and overwhelming. You are probably feeling uncertain and worried about what the outcome of your case will be. If you or a family member has been charged with a felony, gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor in Minnesota, we can help. Obtaining experienced legal advice right away can have a huge effect on the outcome of your case.

We Fight Aggressively For Our Clients’ Rights

The law firm of Bird, Stevens & Borgen, P.C., based in Rochester, Minnesota, is first and foremost a litigation firm. We offer strong representation for your criminal defense.

Our experience in court means we know how prosecutors think. We have argued many criminal cases in front of a judge and jury. We have also obtained positive criminal defense results in many cases for our clients.

Assisting Clients Facing Many Types Of Criminal Charges

Any criminal charge should be taken seriously. We can help you if your case involves any criminal charges, including:

What should you do if you’ve been charged with — or are being investigated for — a crime? There are steps you can take to control the negative circumstances you find yourself facing.

Your Consultation Is Free And Confidential

If you or your loved one needs a strong criminal defense lawyer, contact Bird, Stevens & Borgen, P.C. We offer a free, confidential evaluation of your case.

Call our office in Rochester at 507-218-2392 or our Bloomington office at 952-209-9978. You can also email the firm. Our dedicated attorneys are available to hear your concerns and protect your rights.