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Luke Neuville

Luke Neuville

Neuville Law Office
  • DUI & DWI, Criminal Law, Domestic Violence
  • Minnesota
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At Neuville Law Office, Luke dedicates 100% of his practice to criminal defense and defending clients in the Twin Cities and greater St. Cloud area facing DWI/DUI charges, serious felonies, including criminal sexual conduct, drug charges, assault and domestic assault, and all types of misdemeanors.

Since 2012, Luke has successfully defended the rights of the criminally accused by providing aggressive advocacy and effective defense strategies to obtain the most favorable outcomes possible for serious legal challenges.

A veteran of thousands of cases, Luke has achieved unprecedented success, getting criminal charges against many of his clients dismissed or resolved with no resulting jail time or criminal record. If you need to go to trial, Luke has years of criminal trial experience with many of his trials resulting in not guilty verdicts.

Personable and compassionate, Luke understands that good people sometimes find themselves in bad situations, and he will work closely with you and offer the solid advice you need to make the best informed decisions about the matters that impact your criminal case. Luke has earned a reputation as a trusted source for top-notch criminal defense representation in and around the Minneapolis and St. Cloud area.
Do not delay in retaining the experienced and aggressive legal counsel you need. For effective representation from a local attorney devoted to helping you in any way possible, turn to Neuville Law Office. To receive a free initial consultation about your case, contact Luke directly to schedule an appointment at his downtown Minneapolis or downtown St. Cloud offices, or another convenient location.

Hamline University School of Law
Honors: Dean's List
Activities: National Moot Court
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University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
B.A. | Political Science
Honors: Honors
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Professional Experience
Neuville Law Office
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Full Time Assistant Public Defender
Stearns County Public Defender
Judicial Law Clerk
Minnesota State District Court
Law Clerk
Hennepin County Public Defender
Law Clerk
Ramsey County Public Defender
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Minneapolis City Attorney's Office
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Minnesota State Bar  # 0391644
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    Very reasonable rates and payment plans available
Practice Areas
Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
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Legal Answers
Q. My car was seized because of a felony amount of marijuana will I get it back? Scott county mn
A: There's a legal process available to try to get your vehicle back, you also may have the opportunity to negotiate with the prosecutor to get your vehicle back. I would suggest calling some criminal defense attorneys, try to speak to a lawyer who will offer a free consultation.
Q. Accused of theft
A: Well, you're presumed innocent until proven guilty. You have the ability to challenge the admissibility of evidence, and you can also challenge whether or not there's probable cause for your case to continue. You'll also want to conduct an investigation, and try to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the charge. At the end of the day you have the right to a trial as well. Call criminal defense attorneys that offer free consultations to find the right lawyer for you.
Q. How long does it take to receive a citation in the mail in MN? Also, are citations forwarded by USPS?
A: It can be a few weeks or possibly a few months before you receive notification of charges in the mail. The complaint and court date will be mailed to the address on your license. If your mail is being properly forwarded to another address, you should receive it through USPS. You can also monitor the public MNCIS court system to see if any charges have been filed against you. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you likely have some legal defenses that you can raise in court.
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Neuville Law Office
310 4th Avenue South
Suite 5010
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Telephone: (612) 354-2622
Neuville Law Office
400 1st Street South
Suite 600
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Toll-Free: (612) 354-2622