DWI (Driving While Impaired) cases in Minnesota have a civil component
and a criminal component.
The civil component of the case is the implied consent hearing –
the proceeding in which the Minnesota Department of Public Safety has
revoked/cancelled/suspended your Minnesota driving privileges and you
are contesting the legitimacy of that revocation/suspension/cancellation.
The criminal component of the case can result in a criminal record, jail
time, fines, and court costs.
There are further issues that arise for those carrying a commercial driver’s
license (CDL) and for those under the age of 21. Please contact your lawyer
to learn more about these specific issues.
Implied Consent Hearing -
Attorneys Specializing in Minnesota DWI Defense Cases:
Kenneth J. Kohler,
Jade M. Rosenfeldt, and