Minneapolis Criminal Attorney, Robert Ambrose, Teaches Law at University of Minnesota

Ambrose Law Firm, which is based in Minneapolis, MN, has announced that the firm’s owner and attorney-at-law, Robert Ambrose, is teaching law at the University of Minnesota. He is an adjunct professor who teaches “Law in Practice” at the university. He obtained his B.A. degree from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law. He is a criminal defense lawyer and represents people who have been charged with crimes ranging from misdemeanor traffic cases to serious felony crimes. His experiences in both trial and appellate levels as Ambrose Criminal Defense Lawyer benefit him in guiding the upcoming generations of lawyers.

Ambrose Law Firm has several practice areas. These include: driving offenses, felony, gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, expungement, and juvenile law. Driving offenses include driving while impaired (DWI) / driving under the influence (DUI), criminal vehicular operation (CVO) / criminal vehicular homicide (CVH), driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, driving after revocation, reckless driving, careless driving, and boating while intoxicated.

It is important to note that the Ambrose Law Firm has developed an excellent reputation with regards to defending DWI / DUI cases in Minneapolis and across the state of Minnesota. In fact, Attorney Ambrose has been named by the American Institute of DWI / DUI Attorneys as one of the Ten Best DWI Lawyers in the state of Minnesota with regards to client satisfaction. In addition, the Lead Counsel Review Board has awarded him Lead Counsel Status in DWI Defense due to his noteworthy experience and reputation in this particular area of law.

Attorney Ambrose also has substantial experience in defending individuals who have been charged with CVO. In several cases, he was able to help the client avoid conviction for this serious offense. He usually consults with accident reconstruction experts and forensic scientists to be able to provide the best possible defense. The CVO charges will depend on the nature of injuries incurred by the victim, which include bodily harm substantial bodily harm, great bodily harm, and death. If the accident resulted in the death of a victim, CVD may be charged if the death does not constitute murder or manslaughter and the driver was negligent and/or under the influence of alcohol or a controlled drug.

Meanwhile, the law firm also handles all levels of drug crimes, from felony first degree sales of a controlled substance to misdemeanor possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle. The Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures may be key in the defense for such cases.

Felony cases include: assault, drug crimes / drug possession, weapons charges / felon in possession, robbery, burglary, fraud / theft / financial crimes, white collar crime, Internet crimes, criminal sexual conduct, felony DWI /DUI, and CVO and CVD.

Gross misdemeanor cases include: DWI / DUI, CVO, driving in violation of a restricted driver’s license - no use of alcohol (B-card violation), assault, violation of a domestic abuse no contact order (DANCO violation), theft, and criminal damage to property. Misdemeanor cases include: DWI / DUI, theft, domestic assault, driving after revocation, trespass, criminal damage to property, and disorderly conduct.

Juvenile law cases include: assault, drug crimes / possession / sale, driving offenses (DWI / DUI, underage drink and drive), and alcohol crimes (possession, underage consumption). Those who are interested in getting the services of a criminal defense lawyer can request for a free consultation.

Founded in 2015 by Robert Ambrose, Ambrose Law Firm offers the benefits of the significant experience accumulated by Robert Ambrose with regards to DWI and criminal defense. He has a mission of zealously advocating for the rights of his clients in the belief that his clients are good people who happened to be in unfortunate situations. He has achieved several victories in protecting the constitutional rights of his his clients in Minnesota courts.

Those who would like to know more about the legal services offered by Ambrose Law - Mpls Defense Attorney can visit their website, or contact them through the telephone or via email. They can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


For more information about Ambrose Law Firm, DWI & Criminal Lawyers, contact the company here:

Ambrose Law Firm, DWI & Criminal Lawyers
Robert Ambrose
(612) 547-3199
120 South Sixth St #2050
Minneapolis, MN 55402