East Grand Forks DUI Defense Attorney Office

Dusek Law
712 Demers Avenue
East Grand Forks, MN 56721

Telephone: 218-773-6934
Fax: 218-793-0013

Maps & Directions

Any criminal charge is serious when it involves you or a loved one. At Dusek Law, we understand this. It is why we work closely with every client to resolve his or her case effectively and cost-efficiently.

Our objective is to minimize the impact that a criminal charge has on your life, whether it is a drunk driving charge or a more serious felony. Founding partner David Dusek leads a team that provides aggressive advocacy and innovative defense strategies.

Our emphasis on clear and concise communication keeps clients informed about their options and next steps from start to finish. We respond promptly to messages and ensure that each client always has direct access to the lawyer who is handling their case.

Our clients are assured we will take every possible step to produce a positive outcome. We work to clear your name and let you get on with your life.

The first step in any criminal case is to meet as soon as possible with an attorney who can review the facts of your case, provide a candid assessment and recommend an effective course of action. We offer a free consultation in which to accomplish this. Call or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.

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