Gallagher Defense

How to be successful

Criminal law problem?  We can:

  1. identify the best defense in your case:
  2. set an outcome goal,
  3. map a plan to get there, and
  4. execute that plan.

Felony or misdemeanor, state or federal court, this is the formula for success that has helped clients of top-rated Minneapolis Defense Lawyer Thomas C. Gallagher in his 30 years experience helping defend people. This website contains information that may be useful to you, about Minnesota criminal law, crimes, defenses, and about Attorney Gallagher.

Personal Representation

How could you benefit from personal representation and legal counsel by Thomas Gallagher?  Avoid a public criminal record.  Avoid a reduction of annual income due to failed criminal history checks.  Or, avoid lengthy incarceration.  These are some of the ways that you could save significant economic and liberty impacts that could affect you, your family and those connected to you.  You know that a lot is at stake.  That’s why it’s important to choose the right lawyer who has done it before, and can do it again for you.

MPLS Defense Lawyer Thomas Gallagher
Minneapolis Defense Lawyer Thomas Gallagher

Now is the time to begin solving the problem.  Time is short, but getting started is easy.  Call Minneapolis Defense Lawyer Thomas Gallagher at
612 333-1500

Discuss your Minnesota criminal law question or ask about a consultation, up to one half-hour free, on the phone or in person.

Personal service from a criminal defense expert: Be assured, when you retain Gallagher you get personal counsel and representation from Gallagher himself, the real deal.  No substitutes — you won’t get passed off to a young associate or assistant.

GallagherDefense.com logoBased at his law office in downtown Minneapolis, located next the Federal Courthouse and near the Hennepin County Government Center, Gallagher handles criminal cases across the eleven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area, Anoka,  Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Washington, and Wright.   Cases in greater Minnesota considered on a case-by-case basis.