If you are arrested or charged with a crime, you need a skilled, aggressive and experienced attorney to protect your rights. Whitlock Law Office has successfully defended people facing felony and misdemeanor charges for over 18 years across the state of Minnesota and in federal court.
Whitlock Law Office understands the stress and anxiety you experience when facing criminal prosecution. Our personalized representation and commitment to communication ensures you are completely informed of all the developments in your case. We believe it is important for you to be engaged in your legal defense. Consequently, we welcome and encourage you to share your questions and concerns. Your intimate knowledge of the case combined with our legal expertise will assist you in making informed decisions about your case. Our honest and forthright representation ensures you understand the likelihood of success, as well as your options for successful resolutions.
Whitlock Law Office offers counseling and representation whether you are under investigation or charged with a state or federal crime. We also handle state and federal appeals, post-conviction relief cases, forfeitures and expungements. Call or email Whitlock Law Office today for a free consultation at (651) 221-1075 or email@example.com.
Drug / Narcotic Crimes
Firearms / Gun Crimes / Felon in Possession
Assault / Domestic Assault
Criminal Sexual Assault / Rape
Kidnapping / False Imprisonment
Burglary / Robbery
Criminal Vehicular Homicide
White Collar Crimes / Theft
Identity Theft / Fraud Crimes
Misappropriation of Funds
Parole Violation / Probation Violation
Sentencing Hearings / Sentencing Departure Arguments
Plea Withdrawal Hearings
Arrest / Bench Warrants
DWI / DUI
Jail / Detox Motions and Release
Bail Motions / Arguments / Jail Release Petitions
All Federal Crimes
All Felonies and Misdemeanors in State or Federal Court
All Attempted Crimes
State & Federal Criminal Investigation/Pre-Charge/Pre-Indictment
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.