A certified specialist in criminal law by the Minnesota State Bar Association, the attorney at our...
A certified specialist in criminal law by the Minnesota State Bar Association, the attorney at our...With over two decades of experience, the attorney at the law firm of Todd V. Peterson is highly skilled and ready to represent you in all manners of criminal defense in Cold Spring, Minnesota. Our lengthy record of not guilty verdicts, acquittals and dismissed charges has given us an Avvo "Superb" rating as both a top attorney for criminal defense and a top attorney for DUI and DWI.
A certified specialist in criminal law by the Minnesota State Bar Association, the attorney at our law firm handles cases of theft offenses, sex offenses, probation violation, juvenile law, drug offenses, DWI and assault. If you have a previous criminal record, we can also help you seek to have your records sealed or expunged so you enjoy a fresh start regardless of your past circumstances.
Our services are offered to those in Sauk Centre, Clearwater, Annandale, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, Foley, Little fals, Long Prairie, Milaca, Buffalo, Brainerd, Elk River and the entire St. Cloud metropolitan area. While we accept credit card payments in office, we also offer a free initial consultation to any resident who wants to discuss criminal charges they are facing. At the law firm of Todd V. Peterson, we want to help you, and we understand that bad things sometimes happen to good people.
When facing criminal charges, you want an experienced, knowledgeable, successful attorney at your side who is willing to aggressively defend your rights. There is no reason to take chances with your future by going through the process on your own or without the right representation.
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