Criminal Law Information and Resources
Information and Resources
Learn what courts do and the difference between civil and criminal courts, what attorneys do, and what to expect and how to prepare when going to court in Minnesota.
Information on how to obtain a public defender in Minnesota.
Information on criminal history records from the MN Department of Public Safety.
Low-income defendants in Ramsey County who are not eligible for a can see if they qualify for legal help by talking with an attorney from CDSI at their arraignment (first hearing) at the Ramsey County Courthouse.
A community law office dedicated to providing criminal defense services for low income persons of the the Twin Cities and East Metro area.
Lawyers who defend adults and juveniles in criminal cases heard in any Hennepin County courtroom.
Washington County Criminal Defense Panel Program
People charged with a misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or felony in Washington County may get some brief legal help from a private attorney in this program free of charge. for details.
with a volunteer attorney for people who are low income and live in or have a court case in Washington County. Get legal advice on and help with matters such as traffic tickets, drivers license questions, misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, felonies, probation violations, and expungements. This advice clinic is and complete it. You may fax it to 651-430-6331, mail it to Washington County Law Library, 14949 62nd Street North, P.O. Box 6, Stillwater, MN 55082, or scan and email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff will call you to schedule an appointment once the form is received. Call for more details. in the law library, on the first floor of the Washington County Courthouse. To schedule an appointment,