"The full force of the legal process isn't intended to run people over. But, unfortunately, that is often the result when individuals do not have knowledgeable experienced representation. Everyone deserves protection under the constitution. They also deserve to be treated with respect and dignity by law enforcement, prosecutors and the court, regardless of the charges against them." - Page Narins
Page Narins is a skilled criminal defense attorney with a heart of gold. She has worked in the field of criminal defense since 2008. Prior to opening Narins Defense in 2011, Ms. Narins worked as a defense attorney with Pacyga & Associates. Her criminal defense experience extends even further back, as she clerked for the Anoka County Public Defender's Office while she attended law school.
When clients work with Ms. Narins, they know that they will have a true advocate in their corners. She will provide close counsel, providing thorough information about everything they are facing, from the charges and process to next steps and how to move forward after a case is over. At all times, her clients know that she will be focusing on getting the best outcome for the situation.
Attorney Narins takes an incredibly humane approach to the law, which allows her to connect with her clients at a deeper level. She is never judgmental, but instead provides compassionate, understanding representation. Her kindness is balanced by her feisty spirit-she never backs down in the face of adversity and often calls on her "street smarts" to get results.
Ms. Narins also believes in the power of volunteering to help others. She was a strong supporter of Habitat for Humanity and traveled internationally to assist with builds. She now spends some of her free time on volunteer misdemeanor panels, providing occasional free legal counsel to individuals in Hennepin and Washington counties.
Page has a family of her own, including four children. Additionally, she and her husband are lovers of all things outdoors; they both grew up going salmon fishing and continue to pursue all potential outdoor activities whenever the chance arises.
A little known, yet extremely fun fact, about Page is that she grew up riding the unicycle. She has also always been musically inclined-she played the violin for the Minnesota Youth Symphonies for several years.
Interested in learning more about Ms. Narins and how she can help you with your criminal charges? Call her today or contact her online to request a free consultation.
Minnesota Women Lawyers, Member
Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Member
Selected to Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars, 2014-2018
Selected to Super Lawyers, 2019-2021
Hennepin County Misdemeanor Defense Panel, Volunteer Attorney, 2011-2021
Washington County Misdemeanor Defense Panel, Volunteer Attorney, 2012-2018
J.D. - William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN - 2008
B.A. - University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN - 2003