Protecting You Assertively From A Range Of Offenses
Facing a criminal charge is not easy, particularly if you live in a close-knit community. You might be worried about how your career, relationships and reputation might suffer. The best way to protect yourself is to hire an aggressive criminal defense team like the one we have at Olson, Juntunen, Boettner & Cobb.
Since 1898, we have defended clients in Grand Forks and the surrounding area from criminal charges. We handle both misdemeanors and felonies, state crimes and federal, including:
- Drunk driving
- Possession of a controlled substance
- Distribution or trafficking of a controlled substance
- Traffic violations
- Assault and battery
- Theft, burglary, larceny and robbery
- White collar crimes
- Domestic abuse
- Sexual assault
Our office is located on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota. Most of our attorneys are licensed to practice in both states. If you live in one state but face charges in another or if you face charges in both states, we can assist you.
What To Know About Criminal Charges
Prospective clients often come to us with many questions about the criminal justice system. Here, we have answered a few of the most common inquiries we hear.
What should I do if I am arrested?
Remain calm and respectful. Give the arresting officer your name and any information on your driver’s license, but then immediately request a lawyer and invoke your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent.
I think the police illegally searched my property. What should I do?
Under the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, law enforcement officers cannot search your property unless they have probable cause, a search warrant or your permission. If you believe that the search you underwent was unlawful, contact an attorney immediately.
Do I really need a lawyer?
Yes. A defense attorney can make sure that the state does not disregard your rights.
Contact Us Now To Defend Your Rights
Time is critical in criminal cases. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can investigate the evidence, uncover exculpatory evidence and take other important steps. Schedule your initial consultation with us by contacting us online or by calling 888-681-5402.