Fleeing the Police

Fleeing the Police

Minneapolis Attorney Bill Sherry vigorously defends people accused of driving offenses and fleeing the police in all MN courts. Lawyer offices located in Apple Valley, Dakota County, MN.

Fleeing the police in a motor vehicle is a felony. The term “flee” means to increase speed, turn off vehicle headlights or taillights, refuse to stop, or use other means to elude a peace officer following a signal given by a peace officer to the driver of a motor vehicle. Fleeing in a motor vehicle also includes snowmobiles, recreational vehicles and motorboats. Convictions for fleeing the police cause a person’s driver’s license to be revoked and can also include vehicle forfeiture. It is a misdemeanor to flee from the police by any other means except fleeing in a motor vehicle (such as fleeing on foot).

If you have been charged with fleeing the police it is important to call an experienced lawyer to review the details of your case and determine your best possible defense. Call Apple Valley lawyer Bill Sherry to find out how he can help and what that would cost, so you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.

As an experienced Minnesota criminal defense attorney, Bill Sherry understands that legal problems don’t always happen during ordinary office hours. If you are facing charges and need to talk with a lawyer right now, contact Bill Sherry at 952-423-8423 for a free consultation.

Contact Bill Sherry:

      Address: Dakota County, MN

     Call/Text: 952-423-8423

        {Daytime, Nights & Weekends}

     Fax: 952-423-1556

    Email:  bsherry@sherrylaw.com