Criminal Defense Litigation

The feel of tightening handcuffs around your wrist and the first sight of a jail cell does not mean all is lost. When you're charged with a crime, there is absolutely no time for delay. Redmann Law will discover exactly what evidence the prosecutor has against you, formulate a case plan with you and zealously defend your case.

A Quick Refresher of Some Important Rights:*

  1. Police need a warrant or an exception to the warrant requirement to search you or your property. The most common exception is your own consent.
  2. When the police request to search you, your vehicle, or your residence you can say no.
  3. You have the right to remain silent. You are probably being recorded, especially in a police car. What you say will likely be used against you by the police and prosecutor.
  4. You can refuse to take the Standardized Field Sobriety tests. This usually entails the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (eye test), Walk-and-turn, and One Leg Stand.
  5. Refusal to take the on-site screening test or a Chemical Test (blood, breath, or urine) to determine your BAC is criminalized to the same degree as a DUI in North Dakota.
  6. Calmly exercise your rights and ask to speak to your attorney, but do not physically resist the police.  It's easier for Redmann Law to advocate your rights in Court than for you to do it on the street.

Criminal Defense Mission:

A client focused, solution oriented approach to protect your rights, freedom, and reputation.


Our Defense Clients Have Faced a Wide Variety of Charges:

  • Domestic Violence Offenses
  • Felony Drug Delivery Charges
  • Misdemeanor and Felony Drug Possession
  • White Collar Crime (Embezzlement / Fraud)
  • Sex Offenses
  • Assault Crimes
  • Juvenile Law (Delinquency / Deprivation)
  • DUI (Criminal / Administrative Proceedings)
  • Commercial Driver Traffic Offenses (CDL)
  • And Many More...
"Client Focused; Solution Oriented"
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Beginning your Redmann Law Defense:

  1. Were you unlawfully stopped or "seized"?
  2. Were you unlawfully searched?
  3. Was a K9 used? Have you obtained the K9 certification/training records?
  4. Did the police trick you for consent to search?
  5. Were you Mirandized after arrest?
  6. Does the officer have a Giglio file?
  7. Did you make any statements to the police? Are they recorded or written anywhere?
  8. Was a search warrant used in your case?
  9. What are the conditions of your bond/bail?
  10. Who's the prosecutor on your case?
  11. Did you request Discovery from the prosecutor?
  12. What witnesses are being called against you?
  13. What evidence exists against you?
  14. Are there drugs that are being tested? Do you know the proficiency of the lab analyst testing the evidence?
  15. Who can testify for you?
  16. Do you have a mental health or alibi defense?
  17. Were you acting in self-defense?
  18. Have you called Redmann Law to schedule your free initial consultation?
Protecting your rights,
Protecting your freedom.