Getting a DWI in Minnesota whether it is your first offense or a repeat offense, is serious business. You’re looking at potential for a whole lot of trouble and possibly years of aggravation. The legal system is fraught with pitfalls that the average person just isn’t privy to. And, if it isn’t navigated correctly you could face things like; loss of license, vehicle seizure, even jail time. Despite how it may feel, a DWI isn’t the end of the world, but you do want to make sure you have a qualified, experienced advocate in your defense. You need an experienced, aggressive DWI attorney.
While the cards may seem heavily stacked against you, there are ways to play out a DWI defense where your attorney can pick apart the evidence against you to search for mistakes, inconsistencies, administrative anomalies, anything at all, that can help mitigate the charges against you. Cops make mistakes, prosecutors make mistakes, equipment fails, and traffic stops leading to DWI screenings can be botched. Blood, urine and breath tests aren’t perfect. All kinds of things can happen and a good attorney knows how to flush out the things that will help you keep your good name and put that DWI behind you. But, if you don’t have the right attorney, these things may not ever get a second look from the court. In fact, they just won’t, which is why you need to be armed for the fight.
There are a lot of lawyers in Minneapolis, but just like anywhere else in the country, they aren’t all experts in DWI cases. Tony Grostyan has been successfully handling Minneapolis DWI cases for years and knows there is no DWI case where the evidence can’t be questioned. The reason Mr. Grostyan is able to provide such a powerful defense for his DWI clients is his knowledge of the system and how to best use it to his clients’ advantage. The prosecution can slip up and Mr. Grostyan knows exactly where to call them on their mistakes and get the best possible outcome for your case.
Don’t let an amateur handle your DWI case, contact us today so we can get your file started and put this all behind you.