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Are you in need of legal aid from an attorney that practices expert criminal defense, personal injury, wrongful death, DUI/DWI, or professional licensure defense law? Look no further.

Getting slapped with a DUI charge can leave you with thousands of dollars in fines, years of jail time, and or the loss of your drivers’ license. If you’ve been arrested for a DUI charge, contact Kris Naros. This criminal defense lawyer is highly experienced in fighting false convictions and producing results.

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Steps to License Reinstatement Using Ignition Interlock


No-Fault insurance covers many out-of-pocket costs like medical bills and lost wages. However, the no-fault law is complicated to navigate, making it difficult for injured victims to obtain the coverage they need.

No-Fault insurance is required to provide bodily injury liability, property damage liability, Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist, personal injury protection, medical expense benefits, wage loss, and more. If you’ve been in a car accident, contact an attorney to defend your claim and help you collect the coverage you deserve.

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Ignition Interlock

All Minnesota drivers have the option to use an ignition interlock device in order to get a drivers’ license reinstated. Essentially, an ignition interlock is a breathalyzer installed under the dash of your car. This gadget prevents the car from starting if it gets a reading of .02 or higher. It’s time to get back on the road! If you have any questions about the process, contact us to set up a free consultation, and get free legal advice.

Steps to License Reinstatement Using Ignition Interlock

Professional Licensure Defense

At some point or another, all licensed professionals fall prey to a disgruntled client or patient filing a complaint against them with their licensing board- even though these complaints rarely have any merit, and even when they do, it’s generally a simple mistake. Kris Naros has nearly thirty years of successful experience representing licensed professionals before their licensing boards. She has gained much respect from members of the board over the years, and is one of only a few lawyers in Minnesota who can handle such cases.