Criminal Defense Bill Sherry, Attorney

Criminal Defense in Minnesota

Criminal Defense Attorney Bill Sherry vigorously defends people accused of all criminal offenses in all Minnesota courts. Attorney offices in Dakota County, Minneapolis, MN.

Good people sometimes find themselves in trouble with the law. Bill Sherry is a veteran trial lawyer with over 28 years experience in the Minnesota courts. Focused on criminal defense statewide with an office in Dakota County in the Minneapolis, St. Paul area, Bill Sherry will help you understand the legal process, prepare an effective defense strategy and fight the charges in court.

Bill Sherry handles all cases personally, so he will be your direct contact. He will personally take the time to understand your situation and develop the best legal strategy for your unique circumstances. He will get the police reports, review all the evidence, hire an investigator to interview witnesses if necessary, research the law, file motions and determine your best defense. He will keep you fully involved in the defense strategy and informed about your case progress. You can expect him to go the distance to fight for what is right. He will earn your trust. He will take good care of you and be with you every step of the way. Bill Sherry knows that your future depends on it.

Contact Bill Sherry for help with all criminal charges, Minnesota statewide, including:

Learn more about Bill Sherry’s approach to criminal defense. As an experienced Minnesota criminal defense attorney, Bill Sherry understands that the need for legal advice doesn’t always show up during normal office hours. If you need to talk with a lawyer, call or text Bill Sherry now at 952-423-8423.

 

 

Criminal Defense FAQ

How do I hire a lawyer?

When you need to hire a lawyer, it makes sense to meet with the lawyer in person for a free consultation. You need to know whether the lawyer has the knowledge and experience to help you. You need to know what the lawyer can do for you and what that will cost. You need to know whether you can put your trust in the lawyer and feel confident that you will be protected. You can usually trust your instincts. If you don’t feel comfortable and confident that this is the right lawyer for you, then you should keep looking. When you make your decision about who will represent you then you should sign a retainer agreement, which is a contract between you and the attorney that makes it clear what the lawyer will do for you, what it will cost, and how the payments will be made. At that point, the lawyer should take over and handle the case for you. That’s all there is to it.

When should I call?

Call right now. I might be in court or with another client, so if I’m not available when you call I try to make sure that my voicemail greeting explains my schedule for each day so you know when I will be available. If you miss me, please leave a message and I will return your call promptly. I understand that people normally don’t want a call back from the lawyer tomorrow, they want it today. If you are calling about something that can’t wait for a call back, I make every effort to answer urgent calls personally 24/7.

What does it cost?

The initial consultation is free. It doesn’t cost anything to call and talk about what you need. Because every case and client is different, I will need to know what you need done so I can give you a fair price. I often tell people that if I was a house painter and you wanted to know what it would cost to paint your house I would tell you that I need to see your house first so I can give you a fair price. That’s why I need to talk with you about your case before I can tell you what it will cost. Once you know what I can do for you and what it will cost, then you have the information you need to make a decision. I will never pressure anyone into making the decision to work with me.

What kind of criminal cases do you handle?

I represent people accused of breaking the law in Minnesota. All criminal charges, all Minnesota counties. With over 28 years of courtroom and trial work I have experience in just about everything.

How do I know if I really need a lawyer?

If I think you can handle your case without spending money on a lawyer, I’ll tell you that. I would much rather have your loyalty and respect than your fee payment, because loyalty and respect can last a lifetime if you earn it. Give me a call at 952-423-8423 to talk about your situation and it should quickly be clear whether you need a lawyer or not.

 

Contact Bill Sherry:

      Address: Dakota County, MN

     Call/Text: 952-423-8423

        {Daytime, Nights & Weekends}

     Fax: 952-423-1556

    Email:  bsherry@sherrylaw.com