Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Minnesota

At White & Associates, in Elk River, Minnesota, our criminal defense attorneys are focused on mitigating the consequences of criminal charges. From the moment you retain us until matters are resolved, we work to protect your rights and guide you through the legal system.

Criminal Defense with Broad Experience

On Both Sides of the Courtroom

Two of our criminal defense lawyers are former prosecutors so they know the law from both sides of the courtroom. They use years of experience to achieve the best possible criminal defense results. They can help you legally in a wide range of felony, gross misdemeanor, and misdemeanor legal matters, including:

Strong Criminal Defense Reputation Across the Minnesota Community

Many of our criminal defense clients come to us on referral from other clients who were satisfied with the representation they received across Minnesota. Our broader Minnesota clientele recommend us to friends and family members who are in legal trouble because they know that we will take good care of them. Many clients also know us from our work as public defenders in the Elk River, MN area courts, in addition to our private practice, and work in the Twin Cities Metro. What’s more, founding attorney Scott White has gained quite the reputation for clearing the good names of people who have been wrongly accused of crimes.

Talk With Us – Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

If you have been accused of a crime in Minnesota, if a loved one is in trouble, or if you are under investigation, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible at 763-241-0477. Consultations are free and confidential, and there is no obligation to retain us. Se habla español.

We know that facing legal charges is difficult, and so is choosing the right attorney. Talking with us will give you the information you need to make the right decisions about your legal representation. 

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