MINNESOTA CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
Being accused of a crime can be a stressful and life-changing experience. Selecting the right criminal defense lawyer, like Coley Grostyan, makes all the difference in the outcome of your case, and your future. Mr. Grostyan is an aggressive and respected Minnesota criminal defense lawyer with the experience and knowledge to successfully obtain the best possible result in your case. Call Coley Grostyan now to get the individualized and aggressive defense you deserve.
Coley Grostyan is a Minnesota defense attorney that has the experience, dedication and compassion to fight vigorously on your behalf. Having an aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney on your side will protect your rights as you navigate the perilous criminal justice system. As a small law practice, Mr. Grostyan is able to provide each case with the individualized attention it deserves, ensuring the best possible outcome is attained. To avoid costly mistakes that could cost you your freedom, family, job, or driver’s license, call (612) 747-2254 now to speak with Coley directly.
CALL 612-747-2254 NOW TO SPEAK WITH OUR MN CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Defending Minnesota, Coley Grostyan provides legal representation in federal and state courts and has successfully resolved numerous serious and complex criminal cases for his clients. Mr. Grostyan represents clients facing any criminal charge. From from misdemeanor theft and DWI charges to the most serious of felony drug charges, sex crimes, and assault charges, Mr. Grostyan has a proven track record of successful results in the courtroom.
Coley has successfully represented hundreds of clients on criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors to felonies in Minnesota and Federal courts, including:
- Controlled substance crimes including federal drug conspiracies, drug possession charges, and drug sales
- DWI and DUI offenses including underage drinking and driving, felony DWI charges and first time DWI arrests
- Gun charges and weapons possession offenses including aggravated assault charges and aggravated robbery allegations, as well as illegal possession of a firearm, and federal firearm offenses
- Domestic violence and domestic assault charges including and Orders for Protection and violations of those domestic related Orders
- Violent crimes such as robbery, assault, murder and manslaughter
- White collar crimes including charges related for forgery, bribery, money laundering, fraud, theft, tax evasion, embezzlement and exhortation
- Sex crimes including rape, statutory rape, prostitution, criminal sexual conduct charges, sexual abuse allegations, child pornography and indecent exposure
- Other misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor and felony criminal charges
DO NOT SPEAK TO LAW ENFORCEMENT BEFORE CALLING US
When accused of a crime, time is of the essence to contact Mr. Grostyan to fight for you. Under no circumstances should you ever speak with the police or other government agent if you are a target of their investigation. You simply cannot talk your way out of it. The purpose of police interrogations is to confuse, find holes in your story, and obtain confessions to a crime. If you agree to speak with law enforcement, everything you say will be used against you at trial. Contacting a criminal defense lawyer immediately and asserting your 5th Amendment right to a lawyer and remaining silent will not be used against you. Calling Coley Grostyan before answering any questions is your best, and only, choice.
Mr. Grostyan represents people facing criminal charges throughout the State of Minnesota and is available for emergency legal services and advice. Do not delay, contact defense lawyer, Coley Grostyan now.
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.