Mike Brandt’s client was charged with felony Controlled Substance in the Second Degree after he was set up in a sting where he was caught bringing nearly 100 pounds of marijuana into Minnesota. The case was initially investigated by the DEA and there was concern that the case was going to be charged into Federal Court, where Mike’s client would...
Mike Brandt’s client was charged with Fifth Degree Drug Possession, Second Degree Test Refusal, and Introduction of Contraband into a Correctional Facility related to an incident that occurred in Fridley in January, 2016. The charges were felony level offenses and, if convicted, his client would have a felony on her record, she would lose her license for two years, her...
Mike Brandt’s client was being investigated for some alleged financial improprieties when he was working at a school. The School District, as well as the police, claimed that he had misappropriated funds from a Booster Club at his school. The client hired Mike before charges were issued to help him avoid charges. In preparing the case, Mike went through the...
Mike Brandt’s client was arrested for possessing controlled substances in Chisago County in November 2014. Throughout the course of this case, Mike challenged the propriety of the search of his client’s vehicle and developed a theory of defense whereby Mike intended to show at trial his client did not actually possess the controlled substances but that they were unwittingly left in his vehicle. Prior to the beginning of trial, the prosecutor recognized issues with his case and agreed to a resolution whereby Mike’s client entered a plea, but the plea would not be accepted by the judge and his client would be placed on six months probation.
Mike Brandt’s client was charged in March, 2016 with Felony Theft for inappropriately putting discount price tags on merchandise at a store where he was employed and then buying the merchandise at a discounted value. The value of the misappropriated property was over $1,000 and Mike’s client was charged with Felony Theft in Hennepin County. A Felony Theft conviction would...
Mike Brandt’s client was arrested in Hennepin County in 2015 when she was caught with a substantial amount of methamphetamine. The charges against his client would have resulted in an executed prison sentence of 48 months. However, in preparing the case, Mike had his client obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and made sure that she got into a treatment program....
Nicole Kettwick’s client was initially facing felony theft charges for taking items from his place of employment and selling them on eBay. Employee thefts usually disqualify people from getting into the a diversion type program but after negotiating with the prosecutor, Nicole was able to get her client into a diversion program and placed on unsupervised probation through them. If...
Mike Brandt’s client was charged with Felony Drug Possession from a night of partying that turned out bad. Mike’s client was accosted by the police for walking on the street with an open container of alcohol. When confronted by the police, he tried to run from the police and was eventually tackled and arrested. During the arrest they found a felony level of controlled substances on him.
Nicole Kettwick’s client was facing Felony charges with a maximum punishment of 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, or both. His wife brought their four-month-old son into the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital for a wellness check and while there the doctors discovered two fractures. The doctors and law enforcement concluded that the fractures were indicative of abuse. Child Protection...
Nicole Helps Client Avoid a Felony Conviction in Scott County After Allegedly Breaking His Girlfriend’s Nose in a Fight
Nicole’s client found himself facing two felony charges of third degree assault and terroristic threats after a dispute with his girlfriend in Scott County, where she alleged he broke her nose. Nicole investigated the facts of the case and took statements from people who knew both parties involved. Nicole and her client prepared for trial and sent the prosecutor information...
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