As a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Minneapolis, MN, Barry Hogen works to provide aggressive and efficient legal representation, always seeking the best outcome for his clients. Barry Hogen works individually with each client, handling each case in a professional and efficient manner. With over 32 years of experience, Barry Hogen is dedicated to protecting your legal rights with comprehensive research to build a solid defense strategy with dedication and commitment.
A criminal charge can go on your criminal record and haunt you for the rest of your life. At the Law Office of Barry Hogen, we understand how criminal charges are a life-changing event for anyone. We believe that any person deserves to receive a fair and professional legal representation to guarantee and protect their rights. As your Minneapolis Criminal Defense Lawyer, Barry Hogen represents clients for a wide range of criminal charges, including but are not limited to:
It is never easy to recognize that it is time to find a Minneapolis criminal defense attorney to legally defend your case. However, the sooner you find one, the better. We believe that good people can make mistakes.
We investigate each aspect of any accusations, asking questions, interviewing witnesses, police personnel, and detectives to have a holistic view of the entire case and find the best scenario for each client. As your Minneapolis, MN Criminal Defense Lawyer, we are always honest with our clients, giving them all the possible outcomes, the best and worst-case scenarios, to prepare them for all the possibilities.
Some crimes are considered felonies due to their serious nature, such as murder or aggravated robbery. However, other crimes are only considered a felony if the defendant has been convicted of similar crimes. Being convicted of a felony in Minnesota carries with it several consequences, including the loss of certain civil rights, such as having the right to vote, serve on a jury or own a firearm.
When defendants are charged with the violation of a criminal law in Minnesota, it is vital that they understand the nature of the charges against them, the possible penalties, and the criminal procedures that may affect them. Criminal offenses and charges are severe due to the ramifications that a conviction can have in your future, including jail time, probation, hefty fines, loss of employment, loss of professional license, housing application deny, immigration status, and more.
Barry Hogen has vast experience working with numerous cases with different results, focusing on the best outcome and proper civil rights protection for each client in Minneapolis, MN.
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DWI/DUIIncludes: driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances, felony DWI, criminal vehicular operation, license revocation, and more.
Drug ChargesIncludes: possession and sale of controlled substances, manufacture of methamphetamine, marijuana grow operation defense, prescription fraud, narcotics trafficking, distribution and sales, and more.
Criminal Sexual ConductIncludes: criminal sexual conduct, prostitution defense, solicitation, sex for hire, failure to register as a sex offender, statutory rape, and more.
Violent CrimesIncludes: murder in the first, second and third-degree, manslaughter, criminal vehicular homicide and injury, and more.
Traffic OffensesIncludes: speeding, fleeing a police officer, careless and reckless driving, road rage, hit and run, and more.
AssaultIncludes: assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault, kidnapping, false imprisonment, aggravated robbery, simple robbery, exploitation of a vulnerable adult, and more.
Domestic AssaultIncludes: assault, self-defence, false allegations, assault with a dangerous weapon, imprisonment, and more.
Juvenile CrimesIncludes: theft, burglary, robbery, vandalism, DWI, assault, underage drinking, probation violation, drug possession, disorderly conduct, BWI, SWI, AWI, and more.
BWI, SWI, AWIIncludes: boating while intoxicated (BWI), snowmobiling while intoxicated (SWI), and ATVing while intoxicated (AWI).
ExpungementIncludes: expunge criminal offense from your records in cases of employment, housing, and other public sectors are not able to see it.
Field Sobriety TestingIncludes: fighting field sobriety test results such as one-leg stand, saying the alphabet backward, the horizontal gaze nystagmus, the walk-and-turn test, and more.
Probation ViolationsIncludes: proving the violation was not intentional, review of the violation, hearing, and more.
Stop ArrestIncludes: swerving or weaving, turning too wide, straddling the center line, almost wrecking into another vehicle or an object, driving the vehicle with the headlights off, responding slowly to traffic signals, and more.
Vehicle ForfeitureIncludes: vehicle forfeiture associated with DWI, a vehicle used in the commission of a crime, and more.
When seeking for an experienced, reliable, and committed criminal defense lawyer in Minneapolis and throughout the Twin Cities to legally represent you in your case, the Law Office of Barry Hogen is here to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
No one can predict the outcome of a criminal case, but an experienced criminal defense attorney can lead to the best possible result for a particular case. To learn more about the defense options available to you, call the Law Office of Barry Hogen at 612-338-5545 to schedule a free consultation or send us a message.
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