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Experienced Criminal Defense Representation In And Out Of Court

If you’ve been charged with or are being investigated for a crime in the Brainerd or St. Cloud Area, Ed Shaw Law should be the first call you make. Criminal defense attorney Edward Shaw, who has won two felony jury trials in the last two years, works hard to protect your rights and aggressively pursue your defense.

When you hire us, you hire a team with over 22 years of experience in criminal law.

We represent people charged with all types of crimes in Minnesota, including:

  • Drunk driving (DWI or DUI)
  • Theft, burglary and other property crimes
  • Drug possession, sales or trafficking
  • Assault, domestic violence and violent crimes
  • Fraud and other white collar crimes

We are not afraid to take cases to trial, and our lawyers are familiar faces in the courtrooms in and around Brainerd. Whether we tell your side of the story in a jury trial or negotiate out of the courtroom, you can count on our team for competent, experienced and compassionate representation when it matters most.

Our No-Nonsense Approach To Criminal Defense

There are no guarantees in criminal court, and we aren’t going to promise you something we don’t know we can achieve. What we can promise you is that we will tell you the truth about your situation, build reasonable expectations and fight for the best possible outcome for you. Ed Shaw Law will be at your side every step of the way.

Charged With A Crime In St. Cloud? Call Us Right Away For A Free Consultation.

When your future is at stake, you need good legal advice right away. Call us at 218-825-7030 for a free consultation. We also offer 24-hour availability seven days a week by calling our after-hours line at 507-779-6767. You may also send us a message online.

We are committed to making our services affordable and accessible to as many people as possible. We offer affordable fees and accept all major credit cards, Visa, MC, Discover, and AMEX. 10% Military/Veteran Discount (exclusions apply).