Survival Guide for Personal Injury Claims During COVID-19

Unfortunately, many Minnesotans end up injured each year in motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice incidents, or as the result of faulty or improperly manufactured products. When these events are caused by an individual or group’s negligence or disregard for safety, the responsible party can be held responsible for the pain and damage they’ve caused. You […]

Arrested for a Curfew Violation? Call us.

If you’ve been arrested for a Curfew Violation, call the Lawyers at Sieben Edmunds Miller today! In the wake of George Floyd’s tragic death last Memorial Day, thousands have taken the streets of Minnesota cities in protest. Many of the demonstrations have remained peaceful expressions of community members’ grief, loss, frustration, anger, and a wide […]

MN Judge Orders State to Disclose Breath Test Instrument’s Source Code

Minnesota uses the DataMaster DMT with Fuel Cell Option breath test instrument to test DWI suspects all across the state. On behalf of our clients, we want to know whether the machine works right. So, we have demanded that the prosecutors on our DWI cases provide us with the computer software, called the "source code," that runs the instruments.

Sieben Edmunds Miller Featured in Groundbreaking Attorney at Law Issue

Sieben Edmunds Miller Featured as First Law Firm of the Month With each issue of Attorney at Law Magazine comes an opportunity for one attorney to be featured on the magazine’s cover and written about within its pages. But this month the magazine is not featuring an attorney; it’s featuring an entire firm! Sieben Edmunds […]

Minnesota Vehicle Forfeiture Laws: Ignition Interlock Exception

If you have been charged with a DWI and/or your vehicle has been forfeited in Minnesota, you need the help of an experienced vehicle forfeiture attorney. The criminal defense lawyers at Sieben Edmunds Miller will help you navigate both the criminal and administrative court systems and fight for a fair outcome. We make sure your rights are protected and that justice is served. Contact us today at (651) 323-2464.