Violent Crimes

East s Forks Assault Lawyers

Violent crimes are among the most serious offenses a person can be charged with and are often vigorously pursued by prosecutors. At Dusek Law a East Grand Forks criminal defense law firm, we offer proactive, strategic defense representation to individuals throughout North Dakota and Minnesota who have been charged with violent crimes.

Dedicated Representation Against Charges Of Violent Crimes

Criminal defense lawyer David Dusek is passionate about ensuring that his clients’ rights are protected at every stage in the legal process, which is why he is available to advise clients in emergency situations at all hours of the day. He represents clients facing a wide variety of violent charges, including:

When your freedom is on the line, it is important to have a defense attorney you can trust. At Dusek Law we go above and beyond to make sure our clients understand the legal process, the charges against them and all of their options. We work closely with our clients as we build a defense that is tailored to their situation and their goals.

Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day

To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced East Grand Forks assault attorney serving clients throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, contact Dusek Law at 877-387-3524.

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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