Minnesota Gross Misdemeanors

I have successfully represented hundreds of individuals accused of a variety of gross misdemeanor offenses. I have obtained numerous acquittals, dismissals, and successfully negotiated reduced charges in gross misdemeanor cases.  — David Reyes

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Minnesota gross misdemeanors are crimes punishable by a maximum jail sentence of one year and/or a $3,000 fine, and potentially up to several years of probation.

In addition to potential jail, a gross misdemeanor has additional possible consequences that may include loss of state benefits, loss of employment, professional licensing restrictions, driver’s license restrictions, forfeitures, and loss of firearms privileges. There are potential immigration consequences, including deportation.

If you are accused of or charged with a gross misdemeanor offense and wish to discuss your rights with an innovative, successful and experienced attorney, call the criminal defense lawyers at Sabby & Reyes now.

Some Gross Misdemeanors Include:

Aggravated DWI
Aggravated Domestic Assaults
Criminal Vehicular Operation
Assaults
Criminal Sexual Conduct
Burglary
Thefts
Gun Violations
Driving After Cancellation
School Bus Stop Arm Violations
No Proof of Insurance
Traffic Violations
DNR Violations
City Ordinance Violations

Help and Legal Representation for Gross Misdemeanors

Contact the criminal defense lawyers at Sabby & Reyes today. Attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to serve and help you. They offer convenient meeting schedules and locations to assist clients in an often stressful process. You have rights. The lawyers at Sabby & Reyes can help. Call (952) 828-9000 or toll free at (877) DUI-FIRM. Se Habla Espanol.