East Grand Forks Theft Attorneys
Taking another person’s property is a criminal offense that can carry a wide range of consequences depending on the value of the property taken and the method in which it was obtained. At Dusek Law a criminal defense law firm with offices in East Grand Forks, we provide comprehensive defense representation to individuals facing theft charges throughout North Dakota and Minnesota.
Experienced Burglary Defense Lawyers
After more than 20 years as a criminal defense attorney, founding partner David Dusek has the skill and experience to effectively represent clients in cases involving a wide range of theft offenses, including:
- Receiving stolen property
- Identity theft
Our proactive approach to law begins with a thorough investigation and analysis, breaking charges down to ensure a client’s rights were protected at each stage. We work closely with clients to integrate their firsthand knowledge with the evidence, utilizing witnesses and experts as necessary to craft an effective defense.
At Dusek Law our goal is to make difficult times more manageable for clients, which is why we go above and beyond to help them feel comfortable with their defense. Our staff is accessible, responding to all calls and emails quickly and taking the time to discuss concerns with clients so that they can make informed decisions that serve their best interests.
Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day
We are available by telephone any time, day or night. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. We accept credit cards and offer payment plans for select cases.
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