"The Best Defense"
Can the police arrest you in Minnesota when you are suspected of committing a misdemeanor offense? If the police do not have a warrant but have decided to proceed with the prosecution, you must be released on a citation. There are a few exceptions to the rule: (1) If the police reasonably believe that an arrest is necessary to protect yourself or another from bodily harm or to prevent further criminal conduct, you may be arrested; (2) if there is a substantial likelihood that you will not appear in court, you will be arrested;(3) if there is probable cause to believe you committed a DWI offense, you will be arrested; or (4) if you are suspected of domestic abuse, you will be arrested. Knowledge of the law is "The Best Defense."
If you are interested in retaining a Minneapolis criminal defense attorney who will defend your freedom, contact Robert J. Shane, Attorney at Law. Mr. Shane has over 28 years of criminal defense experience and has a winning record. For more information call Robert J. Shane at (612) 339-1024 or go to his website for more information on the defense of felony charges including drug and narcotic crimes, criminal sexual conduct offenses, theft, burglary and traffic offenses. http://www.criminallawyerminnesota.com