Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney Lynne Torgerson obtains continuance for dismissal in theft case

By: Criminal Defense Attorney Lynne Torgerson
MINNEAPOLIS - Nov. 3, 2019 - PRLog -- Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer, Lynne Torgerson, won a continuance for dismissal on behalf of client, out of Scott County, State of Minnesota.  It really can't get much better than this.  Ms. Torgerson's client was charged with theft (shoplifting) for leaving a grocery store with groceries without paying for them.  Ms. Torgerson's client had no prior criminal record.  Due to work shortages, his income was rather depleted.  A continuance for dismissal is where the case is held in abeyance for a year, on the conditions that a defendant pay court and prosecution costs, and remain law abiding.  It does not involve any guilty plea or conviction.  Then, after a year, the case is dismissed.  The client did not plead guilty, was not conviction, and their criminal record remains clean.  This sort of resolution also makes the client eligible for an expungement.  Well done Ms. Torgerson.

Criminal Defense Lawyer, Lynne Torgerson, (612) 339-5073, www.lynnetorgerson.com, a lawyer of excellence and experience of over 29 years, can represent you or your loved one on all criminal charges, all misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felonies, throughout the State of Minnesota.  Ms. Torgerson also successfully handles expungements, Expungement Lawyer Minnesota, and gun rights restoration cases, carry permit appeals, permit to purchase denials, gun purchase denials, and Second Amendment litigation, Second Amendment Lawyer Minnesota.  Please check out her website http://www.lynnetorgerson.com.  For representation please call (612) 339-5073.

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