A FIRM DEDICATED TO DEFENDING AGAINST DWI CHARGES, ANYWHERE IN MINNESOTA.
When Chuck Ramsay opened his first law firm in 1995, he had one goal in mind: providing Minnesota with access to attorneys that put all their energy, education, and experience into defending one specific type of crime, the crime of driving while impaired. He quickly established a reputation for himself as a tireless and zealous advocate for his clients, earning the respect of prosecutors, judges, and other defense attorneys across the state of Minnesota.
That reputation didn't come instantly; it required years and years of hard work, dedication, and a steadily (and ever-growing) list of success stories to get to where Ramsay Law Firm is today. Now, Ramsay Law Firm practices statewide -- whether someone was arrested for DWI in Warren, Minnesota, or wants to appeal a case that started out of Granite Falls, or was charged with a DWI out of Woodbury, you can rest assured that we've been there before, and we're just waiting for the next case that will bring us back.
We've been defending DWIs for decades, and plan on continuing to do so for decades more. If you've been charged with a DWI, get in touch with one of our attorneys for a free consultation; we're ready to answer any questions you may have.
History of Ramsay Law Firm
Chuck Ramsay of Ramsay Law Firm discusses the founding of the firm in 1995, its growth, and where it is today -- a defense firm focused on DWI defense, with a statewide (and nationwide) reputation for excellence.
WE'VE FOCUSED ON DWI DEFENSE IN MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, THE METRO AREA, AND STATEWIDE SINCE 1995
-Practicing DWI defense in Minnesota since 1995, statewide
-Repeatedly selected as "Attorney of the Year" for Minnesota
-Repeatedly selected as "Super Lawyers" for DWI defense in Minnesota
-Well-respected locally and nationally for our work with DWI Defense.
-Experienced success at all levels: in state court, federal court, the Minnesota Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court
LEADERS IN THE AREA OF DWI DEFENSE
-Compelled the company that manufactured the Intoxilyzer 5000EN to disclose the source code software so that we could prove that the machine was falsely reporting breath test refusals
-Compelled the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to disclose the margin of error that affects breath test results on the DataMaster DMT
-Visited the manufacturer of the DataMaster DMT and became certified as "competent to operate and perform essential diagnositc verficiations" on Minnesota's breath test machines
-Attended the prosecutor- and law enforcement-exclusive "Borkenstein Course" course at Indiana University
-Authors for the Minnesota DWI Deskbook