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When you are charged with a crime, any crime, it is imperative that you are represented by a skilled criminal defense attorney. Whether you are faced with a felony, misdemeanor, or even petty misdemeanor offense, the outcome of your case depends on the skills and experience of your lawyer. Knuesel Law Firm provides aggressive legal representation to clients throughout Southeastern Minnesota. Attorney Kurt J. Knuesel has extensive experience as a criminal defense attorney in Winona, MN.
Attorney Knuesel has represented thousands of clients who have been accused by the government of committing crimes. Whether you are charged with DWI/DUI, Assault, Drug Crimes, or anything in between, you need the help of an experienced lawyer to assist you in protecting your rights and your future. Knuesel Law Firm is committed to providing our clients with the best in legal representation, at a price that is reasonable, and achieving the most favorable outcome possible. This commitment makes Knuesel Law Firm the Right Choice for Proven Results.
Orignal Charge: First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct
Final Disposition: Not Guilty Verdict
Client charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct in the 1st Degree. If convicted, client faced a presumptive sentence of 144 months in prison and the considerable likelihood of indefinite civil commitment. During the lengthy jury trial, the State called several lay witnesses as well as a highly paid expert witness who testified against client. Attorney Knuesel was able to discredit the State’s witnesses and convince the jury that the alleged victim was not credible. The jury ultimately returned a Not Guilty verdict.
Orignal Charge: Fourth Degree DWI
Final Disposition: Charges Dismissed/Driver's License Reinstated
Client was charged with DWI and her license was revoked for 90 days following an arrest for DWI. Attorney Knuesel challenged the validity of the stop of client’s vehicle. Officer stopped the vehicle due to his observations of client looking at her cell phone as she executed a turn. After a contested hearing, the Court dismissed the charges against client and reinstated her driver’s license.
Orignal Charge: Felony Possession of Controlled Substance
Final Disposition: Charges Dismissed
Client was charged with Felony Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, and Failure to Signal after a traffic stop. Attorney Knuesel filed a motion to dismiss based on the fact that the officer did not have a reasonable reason to stop client. Officer testified that he stopped client’s vehicle for failing to signal a turn while exiting a convenience store parking lot on to a public street. Attorney Knuesel argued that a driver is not required to signal while turning out of a private parking lot, citing a Minnesota Court of Appeals case to that effect. The Court dismissed all charges against client.
Knuesel Law Firm | March 12th, 2021