Uncertainty in a DWI is often almost overwhelming. Before their cases even go to court, the state threatens defendants with drivers’ license suspension. Then there is the uncertainty of the trial itself. Many first-time offenders do not even know where the Hennepin County Courthouse is located. Finally, DWI defendants face an uncertain future. A DWI conviction usually means loss of freedom, at least to an extent.
Experienced Eden Prairie DWI lawyer Gerald Miller brings certainty into this uncertain environment. Our professional team helps DWI defendants retain their driving privileges, so they can take care of their families. We also offer effective solutions that reduce or eliminate the consequences of a DWI conviction. As a result, defendants and their families can face the future with added confidence.
Who We Are
If your son’s foot hurts, you should take him to a podiatrist instead of a pediatrician, even though they are both qualified doctors. Likewise, if you are accused of DWI, you need to see an Eden Prairie DWI lawyer instead of the lawyer down the street, even though they are both qualified attorneys.
We strongly believe in a DWI defendant’s criminal rights. This passion fuels our purpose. That purpose is to stand up for your rights in court and during pretrial negotiations.
Why Choose an Eden Prairie DWI Lawyer
Gerald Miller, P.A. has more five-star Google ratings than almost any other Eden Prairie DWI lawyer. We have also earned special recognition from the Better Business Bureau. We worked hard to obtain this recognition, and we want to work just as hard for you.
Many of our former clients say the same thing. Feel free to browse through our testimonials and see for yourself. Success breeds success. If our DWI lawyers did it before, we can do it again.
What Happens Next
During your free case evaluation, we carefully listen to you. We want to know about your case, and we also want to know about your needs and goals in a particular situation. Then, our DWI attorneys move forward with your defense, and we do not stop fighting until the final gun sounds.
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