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Our criminal Defense attorneys are here to help answer one question: How do we get to “NOT GUILTY?” Whatever crime you’re charged with or investigation you are facing, you need an attorney who will dedicate himself to your case. Joshua London prides himself on accepting a limited number of cases so he can provide the specialized representation his clients need and deserve.

London Defense carefully limits its client list to ensure each client receives personal representation from an Attorney with the time and inclination to go to whatever length necessary to reach a winning outcome.

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    State of Minnesota v. L.L

    Case: State v. L.L. Charges: Gross Misdemeanor DWI and Implied Consent Driver’s License Revocation Outcome: DWI Charges dismissed and License Revocation Rescinded L.L. came to us facing charges of Gross Misdemeanor DWI in Dakota County, Minnesota. L.L. was very concerned because he would lose his job if convicted of the crime of DWI. In addition,Continue reading

    State of Minnesota v. F.C.

    Case: State of Minnesota v. F.C. Charge: Felony Theft By Swindle Outcome: Case Dismissed for Lack of Probable Cause F.C. was employed by a company in the Twin Cities. As part of his job, he was tasked with selling scratched and dented products on the internet. His employer contacted the police claiming F.C. connected hisContinue reading

    State of Minnesota v. D.S.

    Case: State of Minnesota v. D.S. Charge: Felony Second Degree Assault with a Dangerous Weapon Outcome: Not Guilty on the basis of self-Defense D.S. got into an altercation with his brother while the two were living together. His brother was intoxicated and aggressive and ultimately ended up attacking my client. D.S. used a knife toContinue reading