Helping You Regain Your Driving Privileges After a DWI or Implied Consent Revocation

I work hard to protect the rights of individuals accused of drinking and driving in the southwest metro and surrounding communities. My goal is always to minimize the consequences my clients face and to either seek dismissal of the charges or to proceed to trial if the facts of the case do not support a likelihood of conviction.

What is an Ignition Interlock Device?

The technology options that are now available to restrict drivers and reduce the risk of driving while impaired have expanded greatly over the past decade. One option is the Ignition Interlock device, which is affixed to a vehicle to prevent the vehicle from starting without a breath sample that registers below 0.02 from the driver.

Who is Eligible for an Ignition Interlock Device in Minnesota?

First-time DWI offenders with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.16 (twice the legal limit) or higher are required to have an Ignition Interlock device installed in their vehicle if they want to continue to drive. In the past, these offenses would have resulted in the loss of driving privileges for one year or more.

How an Ignition Interlock Device Can Help You

In many cases, the best option (and sometimes the only option) is to have an Ignition Interlock device installed in order to protect an individual’s ability to drive to work or school. As your attorney, you can rely on me to determine what is best for your situation and pursue the best possible outcome.

Talk To A DUI/DWI Defense Attorney Today

To protect your rights and understand your options, the first step is to talk to a lawyer you can trust. Call 952-641-7485 or fill out an appointment request form to schedule an initial consultation.