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Recent Case Results

  • Felony Malicious Punishment Charges Averted


    An investigation into Kelly Keegan’s client was initiated by the Roseville Police Department when doctors suspected her son’s injuries were not the result of an accident. Kelly’s client faced potential charges of Felony Malicious Punishment of a Child and Felony Third Degree Assault. After significant communications with the detective on the case and facilitating an interview of her client, Kelly was able to convince the Roseville Police Department to close their investigation without criminal charges.

    • Case Type: Malicious Punishment, Assault
    • County: Ramsey
    • Outcome: Investigation Closed
  • Gun Rights Restored for Client with Burglary Conviction


    Kelly’s client was convicted of Aiding and Abetting Second Degree Burglary over twenty-five years prior. While on probation, he was convicted of Felony Fifth Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance. Both convictions were during a period of the client’s life when he was addicted to methamphetamine. Years later, the client was a family man with his own business and wanted to move on from these offenses. Kelly filed a petition in Washington County, and met strong objections from the County Attorney’s Office. Despite their objections, Kelly was able to present a convincing case, and ultimately the judge restored the client’s gun rights.

    • Case Type: Gun Rights Restoration
    • County: Washington
    • Outcome: Gun Rights Restored
  • Kelly Keegan Helps Client Avoid Charges for Theft of and Tampering with a Motor Vehicle


    Kelly Keegan’s client, a juvenile, was facing potential charges of Felony Theft of a Motor Vehicle and/or Misdemeanor Tampering with a Motor Vehicle following an investigation by the Wright County Sheriff’s Office. Both of these criminal charges could have serious consequences on the client’s life. Kelly was determined to mitigate consequences for her client and contacted the Wright County Attorney’s Office. After presenting the prosecutor with information about her client, she was able to convince them not to press charges.

    • Case Type: Theft of a Motor Vehicle, Tampering with a Motor Vehicle
    • County: Wright
    • Outcome: Charges Declined
  • Kelly Keegan Gets Client Continuance for Dismissal on Failure to Drive with Due Care Charges


    On a snowy day, Kelly Keegan’s client got into a car accident when his car slid off the road. He was subsequently cited with Petty Misdemeanor Failure to Drive with Due Care – Speed Greater than Reasonable. The client frequently drove for his job, and worried about the consequences of this conviction on his record. When he tried to contact the prosecutor directly, he was told he would not be permitted to just pay a fine. Upon being hired, Kelly was able to negotiate a continuance for dismissal for her client, meaning that as long as he paid a fine and avoided any new traffic violations, the charges would be dismissed after one year. Kelly thus successfully avoided the negative consequences her client feared.

    • Case Type: Failure to Drive with Due Care
    • County: Anoka
    • Outcome: Continuance for Dismissal
  • Kelly Keegan Helps Client Avoid Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges


    Kelly Keegan’s client was under investigation by the Carver County Sheriff’s Office for possible charges of First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct, resulting from allegations that the client had inappropriately touched his stepdaughter. After several conversations, the Carver County Attorney’s Office decided not to prosecute Kelly’s client.

    • Case Type: Criminal Sexual Conduct
    • County: Carver
    • Outcome: Charges Declined

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