Minneapolis DWI Lawyer Receives 5-Star Client Review
July 15, 2021 at 20:46
The Minneapolis, Minnesota based Ambrose Law Firm, DWI & Criminal Lawyers, is pleased to acknowledge a 5-Star rated client review. The review was posted in recognition of the firm’s expert assistance in a recent case, and the firm is grateful for the client’s confident recommendation as well.
In his 5-Star Google review, Mike Verhoeven states, “I worked with Adam Kujawa at Ambrose Law. He was great: kept me updated on what he was doing for my case, was always happy to chat when I called to ask a question and ultimately got the best legal result I could have asked for. I highly recommend Adam.” The client’s satisfaction with the services provided by the Ambrose Law Firm is evident, and the client also highlights the attentiveness of the lawyer. The review further stresses the fact that the client received the best possible legal result in that situation. The clear communication between lawyer and client is also evident, as the review highlights that the client was always updated with the necessary information regarding the case and that all of the questions he had were immediately addressed by the lawyer. Read more here: Ambrose Law Firm Review.
As the review exemplifies, the firm has an outstanding reputation when defending Driving While Impaired (DWI) and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases across Minneapolis and the state of Minnesota. Attorney Robert H. Ambrose was named one of Ten Best DWI lawyers in the state of Minnesota for client satisfaction by the American Institute of DWI / DUI Attorneys. Additionally, the Lead Counsel Review Board has awarded Attorney Ambrose the Lead Counsel Status in DWI Defense due to his profound legal experience and reputation in this area of law.
There are several different forms of DWI offences. The first is 4th Degree Driving While Impaired, which is the lowest level of DWI. It is considered a misdemeanor level offense, carrying a maximum sentence of up to 90 days in jail and a $1,000 financial penalty. In Minnesota, there are several ways to get a Fourth Degree DWI, some of which include being under the influence of alcohol, controlled or hazardous substances or any combination of 2 from the previously listed options. A 3rd Degree DWI is a Gross Misdemeanor offense in the state of Minnesota. It has a maximum penalty of up to a year in jail and a $3,000 financial penalty. A Third Degree DWI occurs if the person involved is refusing to submit to a test of intoxication and has no alcohol related license revocations in the last decade, or any previous DWIs. If one has any of the last 2 options, it will DWI with aggravating factors as well. This aggravating factor will also be a requirement for driving under influence of a controlled or hazardous substance.
A 2nd Degree DWI is a more serious Gross Misdemeanor offense than 3rd Degree DWI, but also carries a maximum sentence of 365 days in jail and a $3,000 financial penalty. A Second Degree DWI happens when all the criteria of a 3rd degree are present with an additional aggravating factor in each class of offense. A 1st Degree DWI is considered Felony Offense in the state of Minnesota. It is the most serious level of DWI, with a maximum sentence of up to seven years in prison and a $14,000 financial penalty. To learn more about the criteria for a Felony First Degree DWI, click here: Ambrose Law Firm - Minneapolis DWI Attorney.
Robert H. Ambrose, a Minneapolis criminal defense attorney, has dedicated his practice to helping individuals in the Minnesota criminal justice system. After nearly four years working for one of the most reputable criminal defense lawyers in Minneapolis/St Paul Minnesota, Attorney Ambrose started the Ambrose Firm. Attorney Ambrose’s significant experience in the areas of DWI and criminal defense gives him the ability to advocate on behalf of his clients with passion and expertise throughout the state of Minnesota. He has attained numerous victories protecting his clients’ constitutional rights in Minnesota courts. As seen in the client review, Attorney Ambrose has taken on many cases, all while attaining the highest distinctions in client satisfaction.
To learn more about the Ambrose Firm, one may visit the firm’s official website. His office can also be contacted via phone or email.
For more information about Ambrose Law Firm, DWI & Criminal Lawyers, contact the company here:
Ambrose Law Firm, DWI & Criminal Lawyers
120 South Sixth St #2050
Minneapolis, MN 55402