Each county in Minnesota has specific laws and ordinances. This means that criminal consequences vary from county to county. In order to ensure a successful defense, speaking with a skilled criminal defense attorney is a must, but you also want to speak with an attorney who has a wealth of experience handling criminal cases in at the county courthouse where your case will be heard.
The criminal trial lawyers at Appelman Law Firm practice frequently in Scott County and have handled cases ranging from speeding tickets to theft and everything in between. They are very familiar with the procedures in Scott County and can help guide you through what can sometimes be a confusing process.
Moreover, their experience within Scott County can make all the difference in how your case plays out. Not only will their familiarity with the judges, prosecutors and courthouse staff ensure the logistics of the case run smoothly, but they also know how to build a strong case that will be effective in Scott County. We can also connect with the county’s on-call judge if you need bail on the weekend (more on that later), or we can leverage the prosecution into a very favorable plea deal to lesser charges. Let us put our experience to work for you.
Weekend Bail Opportunities in Scott County
If you are arrested over the weekend, don’t wait to call an attorney until you’re released. The attorneys at Appelman Law Firm are successful at getting bail set for your offense so that you can be released over the weekend. We answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so no matter when you end up in handcuffs, you can know that you’ll be able to connect with a lawyer at your time of need. Don’t sit in jail until Monday, let us contact the on-call judge and get bail set so that you can secure your release and get back to a normal life before trial.
Contact A Scott County Lawyer
The attorneys at Appelman Law Firm provide criminal defense representation for clients involved in DUI/DWI, Drug, Assault, Sex Crime, Juvenile, Misdemeanor, Gross Misdemeanor, and Felony cases in Scott County, specifically the following cities: Belle Plaine, Blakeley, Elko, Jordan, New Market, Prior Lake, Saint Benedict, St. Patrick, Savage, and Shakopee. So if you run into trouble in any of the above cities, or anywhere else within the Scott County city limits, pick up the phone and make sure your first call is to Appelman Law Firm at (952) 224-2277.