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Lucas Wynne

Lucas Wynne

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  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Personal Injury...
  • Minnesota, North Dakota
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Attorney Lucas Wynne is an effective, pragmatic attorney that I would recommend without reservation.
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Highly respected by his peers and trusted by clients, attorney Lucas Wynne serves clients throughout the states of North Dakota Minnesota. When you need effective, reliable representation, turn to Lucas. Call (701) 478-2929 for your free, no obligation consultation today.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
  • Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
Additional Practice Areas
  • Flat Fee
  • Drunk Driving
  • Minor in Possession
  • Theft
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Shoplifting
  • Criminal Defense
  • Marijuana Possession
  • Sex Offenses
  • Misdeameanor / Misdemeanors
  • Felony / Felonies
  • Drug Crumes & Charges
  • Gross Sexual Imposition
  • Rape
  • Slip and Fall
  • Victims' Rights
  • Child Custody
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    All clients receive a free consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Attorney Lucas Wynne works with each client in an attempt to make their case more affordable by offering flat fees, payment plans upon and credit card payments.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Minnesota
North Dakota
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Wynne Law Firm
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Education
University of North Dakota School of Law
J.D. | Law
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Professional Associations
Minnesota State Bar # 0398043
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Wynne Law Firm - St. Cloud, MN Attorney
Legal Answers
356 Questions Answered

Q. Police came to apartment after girlfriend called claiming i hit hee but i was not there when they arrived but 2 warrants
A: They have a case to arrest you on the warrant alone. Whether they will bring a new charge depends on the decision made by the prosecutor.
Q. Can I sue a ski resort for an injury I got while skiing there?
A: Attorneys like myself could answer this question with a simple phone call. The answer depends on the circumstances of the injury. The question is whether the resort was negligent, which will be fact-dependent.
Q. if a town make a rule change and they seize you personal belongings do they have to composite you for the money invested
A: What the doctor says will not hold much weight. If the town is making this a general policy, they have every right to do so. If you can prove the town is specifically targeting you, you may have a claim but it is likely to be minimal.
Q. How long do you have to live in North Dakota to file for divorce there?
A: Six months
Q. If I'm a primary parent of a 4 year old am I able to move within the state of North Dakota?
A: You should consider the ramifications of such a move before making the move. Those ramifications are dependent on whether a court order is in place and whether doing so might give another party reason to bring a motion as to the current situation with your child.
Q. my boyfriend got pulled over and while being pulled over police found a camera case in his vehicle with a half a gram of
A: Yes. He should get a lawyer right away.
Q. Charged with driving under suspension when the officer new I didn't have a license and he told me he would follow me
A: You have not posed a question. What is your question?
Q. Who has rights to the dog?
A: They did not gift the dog to you, they wanted you to take care of the dog. Therefore, the original owner.
Q. An officer took my 12yr old dog from my yard in a private property trailer park. Took to the pound, charged dog at large
A: You should never write to a judge. You should only argue your case in court, usually with the help of a lawyer.
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Fargo (Primary Office)
26 Roberts Street N
Suite B 109-01
Fargo, ND 58102
USA
Telephone: (701) 478-2929