FT Sessoms

(612) 344-1505

Minnesota DWI & Drunk
Driving Defense Attorney

Why Should I hire F.T. Sessoms as my Minnesota DWI lawyer?
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What should you do if you are stopped for drunk driving in Minnesota?
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What should you do if you are arrested for drunk driving in Minnesota?
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Why have I been charged with a number of offenses?
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When does Miranda apply? Or, "The police did not read me my rights!"
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What is the difference between "DWI" and "DUI"?
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How can I get a limited license or "Work Permit"?
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When am I eligible for a limited license?
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How can I challenge the revocation of my license?
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What are the criminal penalties for "driving while impaired"?
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How do you determine your blood alcohol concentration level?
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Is my vehicle subject to forfeiture?
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Why should I fight my arrest, license revocation and/or forfeiture?
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Should I refuse to submit to chemical testing?
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What is the Status of the Minnesota Intoxilyzer Source Code Litigation?
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If I Have A DWI or Similar Conviction, Am I Eligible to Enter Canada?
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What Are "Aggravating Factors" in a DWI Case?
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What is AWI, SWI, And BWI?
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Why should I hire F.T. Sessoms as my Minnesota DWI lawyer?
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What Happens if I Get A DWI While Driving A Commercial Vehicle:
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What if I am not Driving a Commercial Vehicle but I own a Commercial License and I get arrested for a DWI?
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What Happens if I Drive Under The Influence And Someone Gets Hurt or Killed?
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If I Have Drugs In My System Can I be Charged With DWI?
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How Can I Obtain and Immediate Release From Jail?
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What Is The Difference Between the DWI and The Implied Consent Loss Of My Driver’s License?
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DWI Plate Impoundment or Will I Need to Get Whiskey Plates?
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What Happens If You Are From Another State and Get A DWI in Minnesota?
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What Are the Consequences of A Felony DWI?
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What Is the Minnesota Open Bottle Law?
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What Constitutes the Offense of Underage Drinking & Driving?
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FT Sessoms

Why should I fight my arrest, license revocation and/or forfeiture?

If you have been arrested for a DWI in Minnesota you are facing the immediate loss of your license, a criminal record, a jail term and thousands of dollars in increased insurance costs. But these cases can be won. I have successfully defended DWI arrests in Minnesota on all of the following grounds:

(a) Whether the police had sufficient grounds to make the initial stop of the vehicle;

(b) Whether the police had probable cause to make the arrest for DWI;

(c) Whether the police made a mistake of law;

(d) Whether the individual under arrest for DWI was properly advised of his rights pursuant to the Minnesota Implied Consent law:

(e) Whether the police assisted in the vindication of the right to counsel prior to testing or whether the right was arbitrarily terminated by the police;

(f) Whether the alcohol concentration test result was accurate and reliable;

(g) Whether the state made a timely disclosure of the "source code" (aka the system software) for the intoxilyzer 5000 breath testing machine, and;

(h) Whether the right to additional testing was hindered or denied by the police.

For answers to all of your Minnesota DWI and DUI questions, please call Minnesota DWI Lawyer F. T. Sessoms at (612) 344-1505 today.