Attorneys Who Know Minnesota DWI Law
For over 15 years, Mr. Kans has dedicated himself solely todefending individuals charged with crimes. Over this period, he has earned the respect of fellow colleagues, prosecutors, and judges throughout the State of Minnesota. Mr. Kans has successfully litigated and negotiated hundreds of criminal cases during his career. He has had many proud achievements, but none as important as the personal satisfaction he receives from working hard and achieving wonderful results for his clients.
When it comes to criminal law, there seems to be no crime more commonly commited than DWI. Being charge with a DWI doesn’t mean you’re a bad person, it just means you’ve made a bad decision. Bad things happen to good people! It’s when such things do occur, that you need the help of an experienced DWI lawyer. A DWI charge should be taken very seriously. The consequences under Minnesota law can be severe.
A charge and conviction for DWI can affect your life tremendously, and could have serious ramifications. But with their vast experience in defending DWI cases, the Minnesota law firm of Kans Law Firm, LLC knows the ins and outs of a successful DWI defense. Each case is different, but the skilled DUI attorney at Kans Law Firm, LLC is prepared and equipped to handle your charge and knows the specific legal challenges.
We understand that If you’ve been charged with a crime, then the lawyer you choose may be the most important decision you ever make. Keep in mind; Mr. Kans established his firm well over a decade ago with only one goal – to be completely and exclusively dedicated to defending individuals charged with criminal offenses and to provide them with the best possible defense. And with his background in Minnesota DWI defense throughout the State , Mr. Kans can assist you in Minneapolis, as well as the surrounding areas of Eagan, Burnsville, Chaska, Bloomington, Edina and beyond.
As a former prosecutor, Mr. Kans also had the responsibility of prosecuting numerous criminal offenses. That experience has given him the ability see his cases through the prosecutor’s “eyes” which aids in providing the best legal strategy in defense of his clients.
Another important aspect in Mr. Kans’ success is the quality relationships he maintains with his clients. Mr. Kans always treats clients with integrity and respect for their needs, goals, and objectives. He focuses on aggressive, intelligent representation and pledges to listen and communicate with clients. Furthermore, he educates his clients in everything they need to know about state law, and the unique challenges of Minnesota DUIs.
At Kans Law Firm, we also utilize state-of-the-art technology and cost-effective methods to provide services in a timely, client-oriented environment.
Rest assured that if you choose Kans Law Firm to represent you, you will find that our professionalism and strong commitment to our clients results in the kind experience and knowledge necessary to achieve the results you expect.
B.S. Business Management 1989 University of Maryland, (Robert H. Smith School of Business) Juris Doctor, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota Former Prosecutor
Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member, National College for DUI Defense
Member, Minnesota State Bar Association
Licensed in both State and Federal Court
Robert H. Ambrose
Robert Ambrose is an associate attorney with the Kans Law Firm, LLC. Robert zealously represents clients charged with an array of misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony offenses. He also fights for clients facing probation violations and those seeking expungements of their criminal records.
Prior to being licensed to practice law by the Minnesota Supreme Court, Robert was a student attorney with the Ramsey County Public Defender’s Office. There, he represented hundreds of indigent clients charged with misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and violating probation. He was also a student attorney for the Legal Assistance to Minnesota Prisoners (LAMP) Clinic. There, he provided over 250 hours of service to Minnesota Inmates. He also completed the Criminal Appeals Clinic while at William Mitchell.
Robert was also an Executive Editor on the William Mitchell Law Review, Volume 35. In this role, he was responsible for publishing Issue IV, which focused primarily on Evidence Law and the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Minnesota Court of Appeals. As a Staff Member for Volume 34 of the William Mitchell Law Review, Robert authored an article regarding the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy 34 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1069 (2008).
Prior to receiving his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law, Robert received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University where he majored in Criminal Justice.
Robert’s teaching experience includes being an Adjunct Professor at William Mitchell College of Law for Negotiation: Deals and Disputes during the 2012 J-Term; and a moot court judge at the University of Minnesota Law School for 2011 and 2012.
Nicholas Leverson is an associate attorney with the Kans Law Firm, LLC. Nicholas is passionate about ensuring that the Constitutional rights of each client are protected throughout the entirety of the criminal proceeding. Furthermore, Nicholas is a serious and relentless advocate for all of his clients and tailors his representation to the unique circumstances that are present in each client’s case.
Before becoming a licensed attorney with the State of Minnesota, Nicholas was a certified student attorney at the Ramsey County Public Defender’s Office. There, he represented hundreds of indigent adults and juveniles that were charged with misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony level offenses as well as individuals that were accused of violating the terms of their probation. Through his work at the Ramsey County Public Defender’s Office, Nicholas received the Minnesota Justice Foundation’s Award for Commitment to Public Service by providing over 150 hours of volunteer legal services.
Nicholas graduated from William Mitchell College of Law Cum Laude and was a member of the Criminal Law Society, Minnesota Justice Foundation, and Civil and Human Rights Society. Nicholas also competed twice in the National NALSA Moot Court Competition and was a Finalist in the Competition during his last year.
Currently, in addition to being an associate attorney at the Kans Law Firm, Nicholas also teaches Criminal Law as an Assistant Adjunct Professor at William Mitchell College of Law for Mitchell’s Hybrid Program.