Since you are reading this, you or a loved one may be in serious trouble. Regardless of test results, refusals or record,

I CAN HELP RIGHT NOW!

Here are the immediate steps I routinely take in DWI cases.

1) Contact a Judge immediately to set bail that can get an accused driver out of jail fast.

2) For most accused of a DWI in some counties, promptly get your driver's license and license plates reinstated without a reinstatement fee, ignition interlock, whiskey plates or other restrictions, while your case is pending.

3) Treating every case with the skill of 30-plus years in defending DWI cases. One of the many unsolicited thank-you notes from clients says: "You have made a really bad situation for me so much better by handling my case with such professionalism and care."

Call me now on my 24 hour hotline 952-473-5405

NEWS ALERT - This Affects You, Whether You Refused a Test or Tested Over the Limit! Minnesota DWI Law Is Currently Under Review in the United States Supreme Court, Decision In the Next Few Months. The United States Supreme Court is currently reviewing Minnesota v. Bernard, to determine whether Minnesota is allowed to make it a crime to refuse a blood, breath or urine test. If that is deemed NOT to be constitutional, then your test result over .08 could also be thrown out, because it was obtained under the threat of that unconstitutional Refusal prosecution. Do not plea guilty or let the 30 day deadline pass. Call me for details. Paul B. Ahern 952-473-5405

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