Defending The Person Against The Charge

At other law firms, clients are often treated as only a case file. At Narins Defense, you are seen and treated as a person. Together, we will fight your criminal charges, protect your interests and help you move forward with your life.

When handling your criminal charge, our goal is singular: to minimize the consequences of your criminal charge. We are committed to finding the best outcome possible.

While we are willing to work with prosecutors, we do not shy away from litigation. All cases are prepared in anticipation of a dismissal or trial. We attend to every detail conducting research into the relevant issues and gathering witness statements.

Everything we do is focused on your best interests. Deciding whether to litigate or accept a settlement is up to you. We will advise you about your options so you are able to make educated decisions.

At Narins Defense, You Will Always Be Treated With Dignity And Respect

No matter how serious your criminal charges or how hopeless you feel your situation is, attorney Page Narins will always treat you with dignity, respect and compassion. We are committed to your case and your future, and we will work to get the best possible resolution in criminal matters that involve:

We also represent immigrants who have been charged with crimes that carry immigration consequences.

At Narins Defense, we do not make promises that we cannot keep. When we tell you that we are going to do something, we do it. A direct and honest approach means that we tell you what you need to hear, not necessarily what you want to hear.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you need a lawyer with a results-driven approach and a track record of success. To schedule a free consultation, call 952-544-8373 or toll free at 800-543-4530. You can also reach us through our online intake form. From our law offices located in St. Louis Park, we provide criminal defense in Minneapolis, the metro area and throughout the state.