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Rochester MN DWI Attorney

Charged with a DWI in Rochester MN? You need a Rochester MN DWI attorney familiar with Olmsted County.

Shek Law Serves Rochester, Minnesota for DWI and Criminal Defense. Please browse my site and my practice areas for FAQ. Call my office to schedule a free consultation today. If you were arrested in Rochester, Minnesota for a DWI or other criminal charge, your case will be heard at the Olmsted County Court House located at:

151 Fourth Street SE
Rochester, MN 55904

If you retain me as you DWI and criminal defense attorney in Rochester, MN, I will fight to dismiss your DWI or other criminal charge.

Please browse my site and my practice to learn more about DWI charges and criminal charges, your rights, and why you need a Rochester, MN DWI attorney.

Common questions for Rochester, MN DWI attorney for DWI stop expansion, probable cause, and other issues in Rochester, MN?

Visit my DWI FAQs section. As a Rochester, MN DWI attorney, I have come across numerous issues and made many arguments in Olmsted County. Knowing the particular prosecutors in Rochester, MN, and Olmsted County and what works best for DWI charges is critical to reaching the best result.

A recent victory by Rochester, MN DWI attorney, Max Shek and Shek Law

Earlier this year in May, a client retained me after hitting a tree and blowing over a .20 BAC level. At first glance, these facts were bad. Many DWI attorneys would look for a plea out of the gate. I looked over the case again and again. For measurement related DWI charges, the State may use retrograde extrapolation (using science to determine the measure of your BAC level within two hours) to prove a DWI charge, but they need certain data including but not limited to the amount of alcohol ingested, time since last drink, food intake to carry out the measurements. The Police took my client to a hospital and could not obtain a warrant for a DWI blood because the online system was down. As a Rochester, MN DWI attorney, I filed a motion to dismiss my client’s case and the prosecutor dismissed the charge. You need a Rochester, MN DWI attorney who knows common DWI mistakes made by the Rochester Police, Rochester State Troopers, and the Olmsted County Sheriff’s office.

Does the Olmsted County Attorney’s Office or the Rochester MN’s City Attorney’s Office prosecute crimes (including DWI) in Rochester, MN?

Rochester, unlikely many other cities, has their own city attorney’s office. The majority of cities in Minnesota contract out their misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases to firms. In my opinion, those firms take more of a business approach. They give in easier. I have experience with the Rochester City Attorney’s office. They handle all non-felony DWIs. Oftentimes in Rochester, MN, your attorney will need to request public data. If your attorney is not familiar with the city attorneys, that attorney’s potential mistakes will be costly, and you may pay the price.

If I was charged with a DWI in Rochester, MN what should I do? Do I need a Rochester, MN DWI attorney?

You need start fighting the DWI immediately. The longer you wait, the harder time you will have. In Rochester, MN you have sixty days to challenge the revocation of your license. A Rochester, MN DWI attorney needs time to prepare the necessary documents for both your criminal case and to challenge your license revocation. Do not wait until the last minute to retain a DWI attorney in Rochester, MN, it will likely have an affect on your result. Schedule a DWI consultation with Rochester, MN attorney Max Shek today.

For extensive legal advice and to retain a Rochester, MN DWI attorney, CALL my office today. I will schedule a consultation within 24 hours to discuss your options for your Rochester, MN DWI.