ALL CRIMES AND INJURIES. When you are involved in a crime or are injured as the result of an accident or other incident, it is important to get the right advice immediately. Ritts & Associates is always available to help you through immediate requirements of filing and handling your case.
ASSAULT. There are many types of assault charges and five degrees that can be brought against the accused. The results.
DRUG CRIMES. It is important to act quickly in defending drug crimes. Penalties vary widely based on a variety of issues. Contact Ritts & Associates immediately with any drug arrest or accusation.
DWI/DUI. Driving while intoxicated (DWI/DUI) is a serious criminal conviction that can affect more than your driving record. It is important to contact us as soon as you have been accused of a DWI offense.
FIRE. When your home or property burns and your insurance company is unfair or you are accused of arson, Ritts & Associates can inform you of your rights and plan your next steps.
FELONY. If you are facing the prospect of being charged, or have been charged, with a felony, you need to make sure that you have an experienced and committed Minnesota defense lawyer on your side. Ritts & Associates will fight hard for you and your rights.
MISDEMEANORS. We handle all types of misdemeanor cases. Ritts & Associates has represented people with charges including traffic violations, underage drinking and driving and driving after license revocation.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES. Ritts & Associates is experienced at helping keep licenses with the Medical, Teaching, Nursing and Legal Boards.
MURDER. Homicide charges can be very challenging in the criminal justice system. We have represented individuals charged in all types of murder defense cases.
THEFT/FRAUD. These need to be taken seriously by you and your defense team. Start from the beginning with an experienced attorney on your side.
CIVIL RIGHTS. Your civil rights include freedom from discrimination on the basis of protected factors such as sex, race, nationality, and religion; the right to procedural due process; the right to petition the government; freedom of speech; freedom of assembly; and freedom of religion.