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RECENT RESULTS:

- 5th Degree Assault - NOT GUILTY

- 5th Degree Drugs and DWI - ALL CHARGES DISMISSED

- Prostitution in a Public Place - NOT GUILTY

- 4th Degree Damage to Property - DISMISSED

- Domestic Assault - DISMISSED

- Theft - DISMISSED

- Felony Domestic Assault and Misdemeanor Assault - ALL CHARGES DISMISSED

- Felony 3rd Degree Assault and Felony Domestic Assault - ALL CHARGES DISMISSED

- 2nd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct - DISMISSED

- Domestic Assault - DISMISSED

- 1st and 2nd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct - NOT GUILTY

- Felony Perjury and Offering Forged Evidence - DISMISSED

- Carrying a Pistol without a Permit - DISMISSED

- Gross Misdemeanor Interference with a 911 Call and Domestic Assault - ALL CHARGES DISMISSED

- Felony Criminal Sexual Conduct - STAY OF ADJUDICATION

- Seizure of Firearms - ALL FIREARMS RETURNED TO CLIENT

- Stalking and Harassing Phone Calls - DISMISSED

- Driving After Suspension - DISMISSED

- Possession of Marijuana in a Motor Vehicle - DISMISSED

- Misdemeanor 5th Degree Assault

- Gross Misdemeanor Fail to Stop for a School Bus with Children Present

- Gross Misdemeanor 2nd Degree DWI

- Misdemeanor Reckless Driving and Obstruction of Legal Process

- Felony 5th Degree Controlled Substance (Marijuana) Possession

- 4th Degree Criminal Damage to Property

- Misdemeanor 5th Degree Assault and Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct

- Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct, Misdemeanor 4th Degree Criminal Damage to Property, and Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct

- Felony Failure to a Register as a Predatory offender

- Felony Intentional Discharge and Reckless Discharge of a Firearm

- Marijuana in a Motor Vehicle and Speeding

- Contributing to the Need of Children in Need of Protection

- Felony Theft

- Two counts of Felony 5th Degree Drug Possession

- Harassment Restraining Order

- Vehicle Forfeiture and Plate Impoundment from DWI arrest

- 5th Degree Domestic Assault

- Misdemeanor Theft and Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct

- Dangerous Weapons

- Misdemeanor Theft Charges

- Felony 5th Degree Drug Possession – Probation Violation

- Felony 5th Degree Drug Sale, 5th Felony Drug Possession , and 5th Felony Drug Possession.

- 1st Degree Felony Damage to Property

- 5th Degree Domestic Assault

- Gross Misdemeanor Physical Assault on a Police Officer, 5th Degree Misdemeanor Assault, 5th Degree Misdemeanor Assault

- Misdemeanor Theft

- Misdemeanor Careless Driving

- Misdemeanor Theft

- Felony 5th Degree Drug Possession

- Criminal Vehicular Operation; 3rd Degree DWI

- 5th Degree Domestic Assault

- 4th Degree DWI – Probation Violation

- Appeal of Federal Prison Sentence

- Various Animal Neglect Charges

- Felony Arson

CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER COLEY J. GROSTYAN

Being accused of a crime can be a stressful and life-changing experience. With the potential risks of imprisonment and fines, or even the loss of a job or housing, selecting the right criminal defense lawyer makes all the difference in the outcome of your case. Coley Grostyan is an aggressive and respected Minnesota criminal defense lawyer with the experience and knowledge obtain the best possible result in your case. To avoid costly mistakes that could cost you your freedom, reputation, family, job, or driver’s license, call (612) 747-2254 now to speak with Coley to get the individualized and aggressive defense you deserve.

Coley Grostyan practices in federal and state courts, represents individuals accused of any crime, and has a proven track record of successful results. Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges, call Coley Grostyan now to ensure your rights are protected and you obtain the best possible outcome in your case.

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CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY COLEY GROSTYAN

Coley Grostyan is committed to providing high quality, cost effective, and result oriented representation to his clients. When you need to be sure that you are getting the very best legal representation, trust Coley Grostyan to work tirelessly on your behalf and do everything in his power to get the best possible outcome for you. Any lawyer can take your case and plead you guilty without thoroughly reviewing the evidence, conducting legal research, and strategically crafting your defense.

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We have years of experience defending clients against virtually any type of criminal charge. For effective legal representation for any of the criminal charges listed below, contact Coley Grostyan today.

Minnesota criminalizes some driving conduct that causes bodily harm. Minnesota does not criminalize bodily injury caused by ordinary negligent driving and accidents. Instead, some form of heightened negligence or other factors must exist in order to be charged with a crime when driving results in bodily injury.
If you are have been arrested and charged with a drug crime in Minnesota, you could be looking at several years behind bars, heavy fines, and public record of a drug conviction that can affect your ability to find job and housing, or to obtain financial aid. Additionally, a drug conviction in Minnesota can result in collateral consequences, such as losing your right to purchase and possess a firearm.
If you have been accused of a violent crime and face the possibility of being imprisoned, you already understand the seriousness of your situation. Violent crimes are a felonies and a conviction carries the possibility of a prison sentence. Therefore, you will need a Minneapolis violent crime lawyer to fight on your behalf to ensure this allegation will not jeopardize your future.
If you have been accused of a violent crime and face the possibility of being imprisoned, you already understand the seriousness of your situation. Violent crimes are a felonies and a conviction carries the possibility of a prison sentence. Therefore, you will need a Minneapolis violent crime lawyer to fight on your behalf to ensure this allegation will not jeopardize your future.
Driving while impaired is a serious offense that can have wide-ranging effects on your life, impacting employment, family, and finances. If you have been arrested and charged with a DWI, DUI, or refusal to take a breath, blood or urine test, you must act now to ensure your rights are fully protected as you have only 30 days to challenge the resulting driver’s license revocation.
In most instances, it is not against the law to possess a firearm, but rather a constitutional right. However, due to the complexities and political opinion surrounding gun rights and weapons possession in the United States, many lawful gun owners who encounter law enforcement may be falsely charged with a gun crime by simply exercising their Second Amendment rights. If you have been charged with violating any state or federal firearms laws, Minnesota firearm lawyer, Coley J. Grostyan, can help. Coley Grostyan is a proud sportsman and gun owner who is passionate about upholding the United States Constitution and individual gun rights.

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