Protect your rights when charged with a Felony Offense
If you are facing a felony charge, choosing a felony attorney may be the single most important decision you will make in determining the outcome of your case. Whether you have been arrested and are being investigated by the police or have been charged with a crime, your freedom is on the line. It is imperative that you contact the felony attorney St. Cloud area clients trust with their very futures. Ken Wilson Law is an experienced felony lawyer serving Brainerd, Buffalo, Elk River, Foley, Little Falls, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Waite Park.
Even minor mistakes can lead to serious charges. Many people do not know you can lose your civil rights (including your right to own firearms, to travel, and to vote) without ever being told. Kenneth Wilson Law is a felony attorney dedicated representing people who are facing felony charges, whether it be drug charges, assault, bad checks, etc. You need an experienced felony lawyer to defend your rights. Call today for a free consultation.
Many people in Minnesota that find themselves charged with drug possession and other drug crimes often times can keep these convictions off their record by signing a plea agreement or through a diversion program. Felony level drug possession or sale will result in the loss of your rights, including gun rights, as well as possible forfeiture of your money and vehicle. These are very serious charges and it is critical that you contact a qualified felony attorney as soon as possible to have the best chance of maintaining your freedom and having your rights represented.
I advise most clients to look into drug treatment as soon as possible. See our links below.
(Criminal Sexual Conduct)
Perhaps the most contentious cases, next to domestic assault, are sex based crimes. These can include all levels of Criminal Sexual Conduct such as sexual assault, unwanted touching, or other lewd sexual conduct; but also possession of child pornography and other internet based crimes. Almost all of these offenses carry strong penalties as well as registration as a predatory (sex) offender. These cases require careful analysis and a delicate touch as the consequences of conviction are great. If you have been charged with a sex crime, you need the felony lawyer Brainerd, Buffalo, Elk River, Foley, Little Falls, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Waite Park clients have turned to for over 17 years. Contact Ken Wilson Law today.
These types of crimes cover a wide spectrum from actual theft, to receiving stolen property, to burglary, to issuing a dishonored check and forgery. Oftentimes, even if you think you do not have a case, you can reach a resolution without a serious conviction. It is important to speak with a felony lawyer before going to court. Some cases can be resolved without appearing in court.
Felony Attorney with Trial Experience
If your case requires a jury trial, I have 17 years of jury-trial and courtroom experience to give your case the aggressive edge it needs. I will leave no stone unturned when searching for details and give full consideration to the available information before developing a forceful defense against the charges brought against you.
Felony Lawyer in St. Cloud, MN
If you have been charged with a serious crime in Central Minnesota, you have one chance to defend your rights and reputation. Without an aggressive felony attorney, you could face serious jail time, exorbitant fines and broken family relationships. Contact the Law Offices of Ken Wilson, PA for immediate attention if you have been arrested or charged with a crime. Ken Wilson is the criminal lawyer who has successfully represented clients in and around Brainerd, Buffalo, Elk River, Foley, Little Falls, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Waite Park.
Do not hesitate to contact me today for more information.
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- Gary Gruber (Assessments/Rule 25 only) 320-584-5554
- St. Cloud Treatment Center (Opioid Addiction)
- CORE Professional Services (Sex Offender Treatment and Assessments) (St. Cloud, Sartell, and Brainerd)
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